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What Does Each to Their Own Mean?

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Each to their own' is an idiomatic expression which has a meaning that is commonly understood by speakers of the same language, but whose meaning differs from the normal meaning of the individual words, in the idiomatic expression or idiomatic phrase. In American English, 'Each to his own' is more common.
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