According to Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, "either" means one or the other of two things or people.
I can say, "You can take either A or B."
How do you say, if there are more than two things?
I don't think "either" can be used.
Can I say, "You can take A or B or C or D"?
or "You can take A, B, C, or D"?
If I say, "A, B, C, or D," do people misunderstand that it means "A+B+C or C"?