somebody
[ˈsʌmbədi]
PRONOUN
somebodies (plural noun)
  1. some person; someone.
  2. a person of importance or authority.
    "I'd like to be somebody" ·
    "nobodies who want to become somebodies"
    synonyms:
    important person · VIP · personage · public figure · notable · notability ·
    dignitary · pillar of society · pillar of the community · worthy · someone · name · big name · famous name · household name · personality · celebrity · celebutante · leading light · star · superstar · lion · heavyweight · grandee · luminary · panjandrum · magnate · mogul · celeb · bigwig · big shot · big noise · big cheese · big gun · big fish · biggie · heavy · hotshot · megastar
    antonyms:
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there's probably somebody out there who would argue the point because Internet.
the same long story about the time somebody jumped his claim.
it's an injury that could disable somebody for life.
‘Has somebody called an ambulance?’ ‘I believe so’.
accept life's gall without blaming somebody else.
somebody had given the place a thorough airing.
somebody in the bar would stand him a coffee.
has somebody been playing with these taps?.
nobodies who want to become somebodies.
somebody tripped the alarm.
I'd like to be somebody.
somebody just pooted.
How to say somebody in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)iemand
Arabic (NOUN)شخص, أحدهم, شخصا, أحدكم, احدا, أحد, أي شخص
Bangla কেউ একজন
Bosnian (Latin) Netko
Bulgarian (NOUN)някой, някого
Cantonese (Traditional) 有人
Catalan (NOUN)algú
Chinese Simplified 有人
Chinese Traditional 有人
Croatian (NOUN)netko, nekoga, neko, nekome, nekim
Czech (NOUN)někdo, někoho, kýmkoliv, někým, někomu
Danish (NOUN)nogen
Dutch (NOUN)iemand
Estonian (NOUN)keegi, kedagi, kellegi
Fijian dua na tamata
Filipino isang tao
Finnish (NOUN)joku, jonkun, jotakuta, jollekin
French (NOUN)quelqu'un
German (NOUN)jemand, irgendjemand
Greek (NOUN)κάποιος
Haitian Creole yon moun
Hebrew (NOUN)מישהו, שמישהו, מישהי, למישהו, במישהו
Hindi (NOUN)किसी
Hmong Daw muaj leej twg
Hungarian (NOUN)valaki
Icelandic (NOUN)einhver, mann, manni
Indonesian (NOUN)seseorang
Italian (NOUN)qualcuno
Japanese (NOUN)誰かが, 人
Kiswahili (NOUN)mtu
Klingon vay'
Korean (NOUN)누군가
Latvian (NOUN)kāds, kādam, kādu
Lithuanian (NOUN)kažkas, kas nors, kuo nors, ką nors, kam nors
Malagasy olona
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)seseorang
Maltese ried
Norwegian Bokmål noen
Persian (NOUN)کسی
Polish (NOUN)ktoś, kogoś, kimś, ktoœ, komuś
Portuguese (NOUN)alguém, pessoa
Querétaro Otomi 'na
Romanian (NOUN)cineva
Russian (NOUN)некто, кем, кто
Samoan se tasi
Serbian (Cyrillic) Неко
Serbian (Latin) Neko
Slovak (NOUN)niekto, kýmkoľvek
Slovenian (NOUN)nekdo, nekoga, nekom
Spanish (NOUN)alguien, cualquiera
Swedish (NOUN)någon, nån
Tahitian mai te hoe taata
Tamil யாரோ
Telugu ఒకరు
Thai ใครสักคน
Tongan ha taha
Turkish (NOUN)biri, -ini, -iyle
Ukrainian (NOUN)хтось, когось, кимось, кого, кто, комусь, дехто, кому
Urdu (NOUN)کوئی
Vietnamese (NOUN)ai
Welsh (NOUN)rhywun, rywun
Yucatec Maya Je'el máaxake'
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