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Both pronunciations are valid and can be used. The speaker can choose which pronunciation he prefers to use depending on the situation.
- (indefinite) (singular) (count) Any one out of two options.
- (definite) (singular) (count) Each or both from two options
- After a list of two negatives (phrases with "not" in), this means "too" or "also".
- Antonym: neither
Either is used for a list of two things. If the list has more than two items in it, you should use "any".