somebody po angielsku

wymowa
n. important person
pron. some person, unspecified person

Przykładowe zdania

For example, giving or receiving a business card from somebody needs to be done using both hands.
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“He must have imitated somebody else’s hand,” said the King. (The jury all brightened up again.)
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“But somebody said instead,” Alice whispered, “that if everybody minded their own business the world would turn better!”
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“I have not opened it yet,” said the White Rabbit, “but it seems to be a letter, written by the prisoner to... to somebody.”
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Thank you, responded lord Fauntleroy. The buttons are sometimes a little hard to do up, you know, and then I have to ask somebody.
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Not yet. Would you know somebody who could give them a few lessons?
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"It is always somebody else that sees them," said Barnes.
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"I don’t believe it was open," said Lester, standing back. "Somebody is playing a trick on us."
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All these names do really exist. Although I do understand that to somebody who does not speak Spanish or who is not familiar with the world of flamenco, they might seem strange somehow.
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I should like to be somebody else.
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Synonimy

person: body, individual, human being, soul, character


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