Definition of 'him'
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Example sentences containing 'him'
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You used to see him walking the dog as well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They just accept him for the person he is. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We use him as a policeman in the dressing room. The Sun (2016)It ruined him as a person and he nearly killed himself. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The phones used in the devices are thought to have been used to trace him. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He claimed the person who reported him left the scene quickly. The Sun (2016)It upsets me when people just target him because he 's so innocent. The Sun (2017)Exeter crown court gave him eight month 's jail, suspended. The Sun (2016)He looks a really nice prospect and we'll know where we are with him after today 's race. The Sun (2016)Whether we use him or not is another thing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His history makes him the person he is today. The Sun (2011)Tell him that you are sorry he feels so low but you are not the person to help him. The Sun (2015)There were hints of my father 's affliction in him. Seminary Boy (2006)The day 's pattern allowed him to play his natural game without reservation. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's good to have this moving and imaginatively reconstructed portrait of him. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You know him as a person and he's very sympathetic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or murder - making him the perfect person to confide in. The Sun (2013)She also failed to refer him to a counsellor, despite noting that she thought it was required. The Sun (2015)I knew him as a person and as my assistant manager. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I had quite a battle to persuade him to refer me to a dermatologist and had to wait six months for an appointment. Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)She has referred to him as'the love of my life '. The Sun (2010)He saw the Commons doctor, who referred him to a psychiatrist. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To use him sparingly, like last season, would be crazy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In this scene she is explaining to him the knife 's power: the ability to turn back time. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'him'
British English: him /hɪm; ɪm/ PRONOUN
You use him to talk about a man or a boy.
We met him at the station.
- American English: him
- Arabic: ضَمِيرُ الـمُفرَدُ الغَائِبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ele
- Chinese: 他
- Croatian: njega
- Czech: ho
- Danish: ham
- Dutch: hem
- European Spanish: lo
- Finnish: hän miespuolinen
- French: lui
- German: ihn
- Greek: αυτόν
- Italian: lui
- Japanese: 彼を
- Korean: 그 남자를
- Norwegian: ham
- Polish: jego
- European Portuguese: ele
- Romanian: el
- Russian: его
- Spanish: lo
- Swedish: honom
- Thai: เขาผู้ชาย
- Turkish: onu, ona erkek
- Ukrainian: він
- Vietnamese: anh ấy
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