Either - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈaɪðər|  American pronunciation of the word either
Brit.  |ˈʌɪðə|  British pronunciation of the word either

adverb

- after a negative statement used as an intensive meaning something like `likewise' or `also'

he isn't stupid, but he isn't exactly a genius either
I don't know either
if you don't order dessert I won't either

Examples

French and English are closer to each other than either language is to Chinese.

You may take either road.

You may choose either answer.

Either way is all right with me.

I haven't written to either of my parents.

...you won't convince them, and, in fact, I don't agree either!...

Either of the examples is correct.

Take either book, I don't mind which.

You may go by either road.

There were chairs on either side of the table.

There were many fine houses on either bank of the river.

I haven't seen him either.

He is either in Paris or in London.

Here are two dictionaries; you may take either of them.

he isn't stupid, but he isn't exactly a genius either

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