Definition of 'nobody'
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The ideal scenario for the referee is that nobody talks about you. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For me it is always yellow but nobody sees it like this. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He joked in a recent message on social media that nobody could take away what he had. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You play two years of qualifiers and nobody knows why. The Sun (2016)They can remember all this but nobody can remember what was in the package. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Is nobody bothered about noise any more? Times, Sunday Times (2016)When a team lose their way nobody other than friends and family care whether they are nice guys or not. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nobody else wants to do it. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They fly around like nobody's business. The Sun (2016)Nobody else is working, why should columnists? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The battle still raged around us but nobody cared about that. Broken Lives (1993)Giving large sums of money to government is something nobody likes doing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Something nobody can take away from me. The Sun (2009)We are in our own little bubble and nobody can reach us. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nobody can take that away from you. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nobody else will fund what they do. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nobody knows how bad this could get. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is nobody more important than a manager at a football club. The Sun (2011)People find it easy to behave badly if nobody knows who they are. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That way nobody can tell you what to do. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We all found ourselves in a position that nobody should. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Whereas we preach the gospel in a way that nobody fears anything. Christianity Today (2000)You deserve to be loved by a man who wants nobody else. The Sun (2013)They will understand you like nobody else. The Sun (2014)Nobody likes having drinks thrown in their face, do they? Times, Sunday Times (2010)I could quite happily make a film for very little money that nobody sees at all. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'nobody'
British English: nobody /ˈnəʊbədɪ/ NOUN
Nobody means not one person.
For a long time, nobody spoke.
- American English: nobody
- Arabic: لَا أَحَدَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ninguém
- Chinese: 谁也不
- Croatian: nitko
- Czech: nikdo
- Danish: ingen
- Dutch: niemand
- European Spanish: nadie
- Finnish: ei kukaan
- French: personne aucun
- German: keiner
- Greek: κανένας
- Italian: nessuno
- Japanese: 誰も･･･ない
- Korean: 아무도 ... 않다
- Norwegian: ingen
- Polish: nikt
- European Portuguese: ninguém
- Romanian: nimeni
- Russian: никто
- Spanish: nadie
- Swedish: inte någon
- Thai: ไม่มีใคร
- Turkish: hiç kimse
- Ukrainian: ніхто
- Vietnamese: không ai
Definition of nobody from the Collins English Dictionary
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