English translation of कोई
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You use any in questions and conditional clauses to ask if there is some of a particular thing or to suggest that there might be. ⇒ Do you speak any foreign languages? ⇒ Do you use any of the following? ⇒ I'll be happy to answer any questions if there are any.
You use any in negative statements to mean none of a particular thing. ⇒ I never make any big decisions. ⇒ You don't know any of my friends. ⇒ The children need new clothes and Kim can't afford any.
One's can be used as a spoken form of 'one is' or 'one has', especially when 'has' is an auxiliary verb. ⇒ No one's going to hurt you. ⇒ No-one's got respect for him any more.
If you refer to some person or thing, you are referring to that person or thing vaguely, without stating exactly which one you mean. ⇒ If you are worried about some health problem, call us.
Somebody means the same as someone.
You use someone or somebody to refer to a person without saying exactly who you mean. ⇒ I need someone to help me.
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Translation of कोई from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary