everybody

everybody
pronoun (every person: Everyone thinks I'm right.) alle, enhver
alle
pron. \/ˈevrɪˌbɒdɪ\/, \/ˈevrɪbədɪ\/ eller everyone
alle (mennesker), enhver, hver og en
there is a chair for everybody
everybody has a right to happiness
has everybody seen it?
everybody knows that!
good night, everybody!
god natt, alle sammen!
everybody else alle andre
everybody else in my class are going
alle (de andre) i klassen skal gå
everybody except alle unntatt, alle andre enn

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