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qualcuno 的英语 翻译

qualcuno

(kwalˈkuno)

indefinite pronoun

    1. (in frasi affermative) somebody, someone
    2. (in domande, in proposizioni condizionali e dubitative) anybody, anyone
    ho visto qualcuno là fuori I saw somebody out there
    ha telefonato qualcuno per te somebody phoned for you
    qualcuno ha perso la borsa somebody has lost their bag
    c'è qualcuno alla porta there's someone at the door
    qualcuno ha visto il mio ombrello? has anyone seen my umbrella?
    aspetti qualcuno? are you waiting for somebody?
    c'è qualcuno in casa? is (there) anybody at home?
  1. (con valore partitivo)
    1. (affermazioni) some
    2. (domande) any
    qualcuno di noi some of us
    qualcuno di voi vuol venire? do any of you want to come?
    se ti piacciono, prendine qualcuna in più if you like them, take some o a few more
    hai visto i suoi film? - ne ho visto qualcuno have you seen his films? - I've seen some of them
    qualcun altro somebody o someone else
    chiedilo a qualcun altro ask somebody else
    ne avresti qualcun altro da prestarmi? have you got any more you could lend me?
    viene qualcun altro? is anybody else coming?
    ce n'è rimasto qualcuno? are there any left?
  2. (persona importante, di prestigio) somebody
    diventerà qualcuno nella vita he'll become somebody, he'll make something of his life

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qualcuno 在其他语言中

英式英语: anybody /ˈɛnɪˌbɒdɪ; -bədɪ/ PRONOUN
You use anybody to talk about a person, when it does not matter which one.
Is there anybody there?
  • 美式英语: anybody
  • 阿拉伯语: أَيُّ شَخْص
  • 巴西葡萄牙语: alguém
  • 简体中文: 任何人
  • 克罗地亚语: itko
  • 捷克语: někdo
  • 丹麦语: nogen/noget
  • 荷兰语: iemand
  • 欧洲西班牙语: alguien interrogación
  • 芬兰语: kuka tahansa
  • 法语: n’importe qui
  • 德语: irgendjemand
  • 希腊语: κάποιος
  • 意大利语: qualcuno
  • 日语: 誰でも
  • 韩语: 아무도
  • 挪威语: noen
  • 波兰语: ktoś
  • 欧洲葡萄牙语: qualquer pessoa
  • 罗马尼亚语: cineva
  • 俄语: кто-нибудь
  • 西班牙语: alguien
  • 瑞典语: någon
  • 泰语: ใครก็ได้
  • 土耳其语: herhangi biri
  • 乌克兰语: хто-небудь
  • 越南语: bất cứ ai
英式英语: somebody /ˈsʌmbədɪ/ PRONOUN
You use somebody to talk about a person without saying who you mean.
  • 美式英语: somebody
  • 阿拉伯语: شَخْصٌ مَا
  • 巴西葡萄牙语: alguém
  • 简体中文: 某人
  • 克罗地亚语: netko
  • 捷克语: někdo
  • 丹麦语: nogle
  • 荷兰语: iemand
  • 欧洲西班牙语: alguien afirmación
  • 芬兰语: joku
  • 法语: quelqu’un
  • 德语: jemand
  • 希腊语: κάποιος
  • 意大利语: qualcuno
  • 日语: 誰か
  • 韩语: 누군가
  • 挪威语: noen
  • 波兰语: ktoś
  • 欧洲葡萄牙语: alguém
  • 罗马尼亚语: cineva
  • 俄语: кто-то
  • 西班牙语: alguien
  • 瑞典语: någon
  • 泰语: บางคน
  • 土耳其语: birisi
  • 乌克兰语: хтось
  • 越南语: người nào đó
英式英语: someone /ˈsʌmˌwʌn; -wən/ PRONOUN
You use someone to talk about a person without saying who you mean.
I need someone to help me.
  • 美式英语: someone
  • 阿拉伯语: شَخْصٌ مَا
  • 巴西葡萄牙语: alguém
  • 简体中文: 某人
  • 克罗地亚语: netko
  • 捷克语: někdo
  • 丹麦语: nogen
  • 荷兰语: iemand
  • 欧洲西班牙语: alguien afirmación
  • 芬兰语: joku
  • 法语: quelqu’un
  • 德语: jemand
  • 希腊语: κάποιος
  • 意大利语: qualcuno
  • 日语: 誰か
  • 韩语: 누군가
  • 挪威语: noen
  • 波兰语: ktoś
  • 欧洲葡萄牙语: alguém
  • 罗马尼亚语: cineva
  • 俄语: кто-то
  • 西班牙语: alguien
  • 瑞典语: någon
  • 泰语: บางคน
  • 土耳其语: birisi
  • 乌克兰语: хтось
  • 越南语: người nào đó

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