everybody

everybody
everybody [ˈevrɪbɒdɪ]
pronoun
tout le monde, chacun
• everybody knows that tout le monde sait cela
• everybody has their or his own ideas about it chacun a ses idées là-dessus
• everybody else tous les autres
• everybody knows everybody else here tout le monde se connaît ici
• everybody who is anybody tous les gens qui comptent
• listen, everybody! écoutez tous !
* * *
['evrɪbɒdɪ]
pronoun tout le monde

everybody else — tous les autres

everybody knows that — tout le monde le sait

everybody who is anybody — tous les gens importants


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