Everyone
Everyone Ev"er*y*one`, n. [OE. everychon.] Everybody; -- commonly separated, every one. [1913 Webster]

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  • Everyone — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Everyone» Canción de Van Morrison Álbum Moondance Publicación Febrero de 1970 …   Wikipedia Español

  • everyone — as an indefinite pronoun meaning the same as everybody, is now regularly spelt as one word. This convention is surprisingly recent (20c); the OED (in 1894) preferred every one (two words), while Fowler (1926) presented a spirited argument in… …   Modern English usage

  • everyone — c.1200, from EVERY (Cf. every) + ONE (Cf. one) …   Etymology dictionary

  • everyone — ► PRONOUN ▪ every person …   English terms dictionary

  • everyone — [ev′rē wun΄] pron. every person; everybody …   English World dictionary

  • everyone — eve|ry|one [ evri,wʌn ] pronoun *** When everyone is a subject, it is used with a singular verb. In formal writing, a pronoun or possessive adjective that refers back to everyone is usually singular: Everyone should bring his or her own lunch.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • everyone */*/*/ — UK [ˈevrɪˌwʌn] / US pronoun Summary: When everyone is a subject, it is used with a singular verb. In formal writing, a pronoun or possessive adjective that refers to everyone is usually singular: Everyone should bring his or her own lunch.… …   English dictionary

  • everyone*/*/*/ — [ˈevriwʌn] pronoun 1) every person in a group Happy New Year, everyone![/ex] Everyone is thrilled about Jean s baby.[/ex] James made a point of shaking everyone s hand.[/ex] Everyone else had finished eating.[/ex] 2) used for talking about people …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • everyone — / evriwVn/ pronoun every person; everybody: If everyone is ready, I ll begin. | They gave a prize to everyone who passed the exam. | Has everyone finished their drinks? | The canteen s almost empty. Where is everyone? (=the people who are usually …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • everyone — [[t]e̱vriwʌn[/t]] ♦♦ (The form everybody is also used.) 1) PRON INDEF: oft PRON else You use everyone or everybody to refer to all the people in a particular group. Everyone in the street was shocked when they heard the news... When everyone else …   English dictionary

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