Definition of 'everyone'
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The first three matches fizzled out in the rain, increasing everyone 's anxiety. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)They can start doing the donkey-work, checking everyone on the hotel's register. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2001)A master must ensure that everyone in his charge is taken care of. TREASON KEEP (2001)
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Translations for 'everyone'
British English: everyone /ˈɛvrɪˌwʌn; -wən/ PRONOUN
Everyone means all the people in a group, or all the people in the world.
Everyone knows who she is.
- American English: everyone
- Arabic: كُلُّ شَخْص
- Brazilian Portuguese: todo o mundo
- Chinese: 每个人
- Croatian: svatko
- Czech: všichni
- Danish: alle
- Dutch: iedereen
- European Spanish: todos
- Finnish: jokainen
- French: tout le monde
- German: jedermann
- Greek: οι πάντες
- Italian: tutti
- Japanese: 誰でも皆
- Korean: 모든 사람
- Norwegian: enhver
- Polish: wszyscy
- European Portuguese: toda a gente
- Romanian: toți
- Russian: каждый
- Spanish: todo el mundo
- Swedish: alla
- Thai: ทุกคน
- Turkish: herkes
- Ukrainian: всі
- Vietnamese: mọi người
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