Definition of 'anybody'
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My friends seem reluctant to introduce me to anybody they know for fear of upsetting my ex. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And all anybody wants to talk about is the trousers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are not looking for anybody else. The Sun (2016)They can just buy those as anybody else would. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But the reason the last series was so good was that you didn't know if anybody was good or bad! The Sun (2016)I don't think anybody in this country would have tasted it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I do not personally know of anybody who would dream of charging a hard-up charity for making an appearance. The Sun (2016)I don't think anybody does. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I wasn't getting under anybody's feet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Anybody want to guess what my wife weighed in with? Christianity Today (2000)How does anybody get any work done? Times, Sunday Times (2014)They make art and poetry just like anybody else does. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We do not let just anybody go. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You know more than anybody about this case. Times, Sunday Times (2008)How do you really know what anybody else is thinking? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Take cover if anybody else comes by. A Plague of Angels (1993)No other country would let anybody do that. The Sun (2007)We didn’t know there was anybody in that bed and you nearly scared us to death. Anne of Green Gables (1872)It lets anybody with a smartphone send messages for free. Times, Sunday Times (2014)No one knows how much anybody is getting. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For a long time anybody who wanted to put on muscle mass was recommended to eat lots of meat. Shape Your Body, Shape Your Life (1987)The bar manager refused and the individual said that he would wait inside the bar in case anybody else wanted to. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Is that different from anybody else? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Does anybody want to take it? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why it does this is anybody's guess. The Sun (2009)Did anybody really think we'd play a slick game? The Sun (2013)Who that manager will be is anybody's guess at the moment. The Sun (2006)You can't imagine anybody else getting away with that. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Where this will end is anybody's guess. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When you walk down a street, you walk down it different to what anybody else does. Tommy Cooper: Always Leave Them Laughing (2006)You don't want to let anybody down. The Sun (2009)Unless I can think of anybody better? Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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In Common Usage. anybody is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'anybody'
British English: anybody /ˈɛnɪˌbɒdɪ; -bədɪ/ PRONOUN
You use anybody to talk about a person, when it does not matter which one.
Is there anybody there?
- American English: anybody
- Arabic: أَيُّ شَخْص
- Brazilian Portuguese: alguém
- Chinese: 任何人
- Croatian: itko
- Czech: někdo
- Danish: nogen/noget
- Dutch: iemand
- European Spanish: alguien interrogación
- Finnish: kuka tahansa
- French: n’importe qui
- German: irgendjemand
- Greek: κάποιος
- Italian: qualcuno
- Japanese: 誰でも
- Korean: 아무도
- Norwegian: noen
- Polish: ktoś
- European Portuguese: qualquer pessoa
- Romanian: cineva
- Russian: кто-нибудь
- Spanish: alguien
- Swedish: någon
- Thai: ใครก็ได้
- Turkish: herhangi biri
- Ukrainian: хто-небудь
- Vietnamese: bất cứ ai
Definition of anybody from the Collins English Dictionary
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