everybody

everybody
every·body [ʼevri ˌbɒdi, Am - ˌbɑ:di], every·one pron
indef, + sing vb
(all people) jede(r);
surely \everybody agrees that ... sicher stimmt jeder zu, dass ...;
if you don't have enough to share with \everybody, ... wenn du nicht genug hast, um mit allen zu teilen, ...;
\everybody in favour of this proposal please raise their hand alle, die für diesen Vorschlag sind, heben die Hand;
\everybody had expected her to ... jeder hatte erwartet, dass sie ...;
goodbye, \everybody auf Wiedersehen alle miteinander;
it's not \everybody's cup of tea das liegt nicht jedem;
I've received replies from \everybody but Jane alle außer Jane haben mir geantwortet;
\everybody else alle anderen;
I'm sorry, but you'll just have to wait your turn like \everybody else es tut mir leid, aber Sie müssen wie alle anderen warten, bis Sie dran sind interj
\everybody ich bitte um Ihre Aufmerksamkeit

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