Definition of 'no one'
Example sentences containing 'no-one'
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If something goes wrong at my work no one dies The only person who gets hurt if no one laughs at my jokes is me! The Sun (2017)I'm a head in the sand kind of person, but no one would put themselves through this kind of stress voluntarily. Times, Sunday Times (2016) No one is identified as group leader. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)You must understand that no one person in the world has all the answers. Christianity Today (2000)There is no one single trick that will ensure a relaxed feeling in the interview. How to Face Interviews (1981)No one in this group wants to go home. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There is no one person taking the money out. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is no one single document that is going to prove that we are being visited. The Sun (2009)No one from the group was available to comment last night. The Sun (2006)No one wants to die just like that. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)No one player is bigger then the club and no one person is bigger than the club. The Sun (2009)That in turn means that there is no one single approach that will work for all organisations. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And no one in our group had been killed or injured. The Sun (2010)No one person or committee thought broadly about the administration of the overseas empire. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995) Everyone waits, no one is impatient. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is no one in particular 's fault. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Property of... no one in particular. Man of Honour (2007)No one knows which members of the Windsor family will be sitting down to watch it at the weekend. The Sun (2009)
No-one else is offering the service yet. The Sun (2012)No-one can say where this will end up. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No-one quite knows what to do about baddies any more. Times, Sunday Times (2009)No-one wants to be part of a losing team and we were gutted for him to go. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No-one else has lost financially other than him. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No-one knows what changes governments will demand from banks in future. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No-one wants their information to languish in obscurity. Times, Sunday Times (2006)No-one knows that more than me and my family. The Sun (2009)No-one seems to want to know. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)No-one else could get near it. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)No-one's going to take it particularly seriously. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The smell is very mild and no-one seems fussed. The Sun (2014)But staff say no-one asked for new sheets. The Sun (2008)So why does no-one seem to want it? Times, Sunday Times (2014)No-one would go near him. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Judges say no-one can be identified. The Sun (2015)
Trends of 'no one'
Very Common. no-one is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'no one'
British English: no one /ˈnəʊwʌn/ PRONOUN
No one means not a single person, or not a single member of a particular group or set.
No one can predict what will happen in the months ahead.
- American English: no one
- Arabic: لَا أَحَدَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ninguém
- Chinese: 没有人
- Croatian: nitko
- Czech: nikdo
- Danish: ingen
- Dutch: niemand
- European Spanish: nadie
- Finnish: ei kukaan
- French: personne aucun
- German: niemand
- Greek: κανείς
- Italian: nessuno
- Japanese: 誰も･･･ない
- Korean: 아무도 ... 않다(없다)
- Norwegian: ingen
- Polish: nikt
- European Portuguese: ninguém
- Romanian: nimeni
- Russian: никто
- Spanish: nadie
- Swedish: ingen
- Thai: ไม่มีใคร
- Turkish: hiç kimse
- Ukrainian: ніхто
- Vietnamese: không ai
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