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English translation of 'alguém'

alguém

[awˈɡẽj]
pronoun
1. someone, somebody
2. (em frases interrogativas ou negativas) anyone, anybody
ser alguém na vida to be somebody in life

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'alguém' in Other Languages

British English: somebody /ˈsʌmbədɪ/ PRONOUN
You use somebody to talk about a person without saying who you mean.
  • American English: somebody
  • Arabic: شَخْصٌ مَا
  • Brazilian Portuguese: alguém
  • Chinese: 某人
  • Croatian: netko
  • Czech: někdo
  • Danish: nogle
  • Dutch: iemand
  • European Spanish: alguien afirmación
  • Finnish: joku
  • French: quelqu’un
  • German: jemand
  • Greek: κάποιος
  • Italian: qualcuno
  • Japanese: 誰か
  • Korean: 누군가
  • Norwegian: noen
  • Polish: ktoś
  • European Portuguese: alguém
  • Romanian: cineva
  • Russian: кто-то
  • Latin American Spanish: alguien
  • Swedish: någon
  • Thai: บางคน
  • Turkish: birisi
  • Ukrainian: хтось
  • Vietnamese: người nào đó
British English: someone /ˈsʌmˌwʌn; -wən/ PRONOUN
You use someone to talk about a person without saying who you mean.
I need someone to help me.
  • American English: someone
  • Arabic: شَخْصٌ مَا
  • Brazilian Portuguese: alguém
  • Chinese: 某人
  • Croatian: netko
  • Czech: někdo
  • Danish: nogen
  • Dutch: iemand
  • European Spanish: alguien afirmación
  • Finnish: joku
  • French: quelqu’un
  • German: jemand
  • Greek: κάποιος
  • Italian: qualcuno
  • Japanese: 誰か
  • Korean: 누군가
  • Norwegian: noen
  • Polish: ktoś
  • European Portuguese: alguém
  • Romanian: cineva
  • Russian: кто-то
  • Latin American Spanish: alguien
  • Swedish: någon
  • Thai: บางคน
  • Turkish: birisi
  • Ukrainian: хтось
  • Vietnamese: người nào đó

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Translation of alguém from the Collins Portuguese to English
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