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Hindi translation of 'somebody'

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/ˈsʌmbədi, Am -bɑːdi ˈसम्बडी Am -बाडी/
Somebody means the same as someone.
कोईYou use not anybody instead of somebody in negative sentences. There isn't anybody here. You only use somebody in questions when you expect the answer yes. Is somebody there? Otherwise you say anybody. Is anybody there?

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Example Sentences Including 'somebody'

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No one would take a likeness of a person with somebody else's cat.
The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
But it would be nice, if that was the calculation for the past decade, for somebody to finally say so.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He must be doing these things with somebody else.
The Sun (2010)
I'm not saying that somebody of the calibre of player we are talking about couldn't do it.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Somebody is telling lies because it is not possible.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
They were in a position where they had to find somebody quickly.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It would allow him to find somebody who really does love him.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They use the violence to scare somebody and that person tells his story to the people who are then scared as well.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
You are both in it until somebody better comes along.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Maybe he's afraid somebody is going to ask him for his.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Or do you want to go for somebody who is at best an unknown quantity?
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Their jibes will soon die down when they find somebody else to talk about.
The Sun (2010)
What if somebody else wants to buy it?
The Sun (2012)
When somebody says it, nobody thinks of me.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Why the big rush to find somebody?
The Sun (2013)
You may find somebody who wants the same sort of relationship that you do.
The Sun (2013)
They want to offload and tell somebody about it.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
And you feel like you have gone with somebody on a journey.
Christianity Today (2000)

Trends of 'somebody'

In Common Usage. somebody is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'somebody' in Other Languages

British English: somebody /ˈsʌmbədɪ/ PRONOUN
You use somebody to talk about a person without saying who you mean.
  • American English: somebody
  • Arabic: شَخْصٌ مَا
  • Brazilian Portuguese: alguém
  • Chinese: 某人
  • Croatian: netko
  • Czech: někdo
  • Danish: nogle
  • Dutch: iemand
  • European Spanish: alguien afirmación
  • Finnish: joku
  • French: quelqu’un
  • German: jemand
  • Greek: κάποιος
  • Italian: qualcuno
  • Japanese: 誰か
  • Korean: 누군가
  • Norwegian: noen
  • Polish: ktoś
  • European Portuguese: alguém
  • Romanian: cineva
  • Russian: кто-то
  • Latin American Spanish: alguien
  • Swedish: någon
  • Thai: บางคน
  • Turkish: birisi
  • Ukrainian: хтось
  • Vietnamese: người nào đó


Translation of somebody from the Collins English to Hindi
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