Somebody

  • 1 Somebody — es una canción de rock por escrito por Bryan Adams y Jim Vallance para el cuarto álbum de estudio de Adams Reckless (1984). Fue el segundo single del álbum publicado Reckless. Podría decirse que una de las más populares y reconocidas canciones de …

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  • 2 Somebody's Me — «Somebody s Me» Сингл Энрике Иглесиаса c альбома «Insomniac» Выпущен 8 августа …

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  • 3 Somebody’s Me — «Somebody s Me» Сингл Энрике Иглесиаса из альбома …

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  • 4 Somebody — is an indefinite pronoun.Used in a sentence: I don t know who did it, but somebody ate my cheese sandwich. It may refer to:* Somebody (Bryan Adams song) , a Bryan Adams song from his 1984 album Reckless * Somebody (Depeche Mode song) , a Depeche… …

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  • 5 Somebody's Me — «Somebody s Me / Alguien Soy Yo» Sencillo de Enrique Iglesias del álbum Insomniac Formato CD single, descarga digital Grabación 2006 Género(s) Pop, balada Duración 4:00 …

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  • 6 Somebody — Some bod*y (s[u^]m b[o^]d*[y^]), n. 1. A person unknown or uncertain; a person indeterminate; some person. [1913 Webster] Jesus said, Somebody hath touched me. Luke viii. 46. [1913 Webster] We must draw in somebody that may stand Twixt us and… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 somebody — (n.) c.1300, indeterminate person, from SOME (Cf. some) + BODY (Cf. body). Meaning important person is from 1560s. Somebody else is from 1640s; meaning romantic rival is from 1911 …

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  • 8 somebody — somebody, someone 1. Both words have been in use since the early 14c and are largely interchangeable. Some one occurs as two separate words less often than any one (see any 4), but uses of the type Some one thousand eggs have been collected (in… …

    Modern English usage

  • 9 somebody — index character (an individual), person Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 somebody — [n] person of fame, importance celebrity, dignitary, heavyweight*, household name*, luminary, name*, notable, one, personage, person of note, public figure, so and so*, someone*, some person*, star, superstar, VIP*, whoever*; concept 423 Ant.… …

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  • 11 somebody — ► PRONOUN ▪ someone …

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  • 12 somebody — [sum′bäd΄ē, sum′bud΄ē, sum′bəd ē] pron. a person unknown or not named; some person; someone n. pl. somebodies a person of importance …

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  • 13 somebody — 1 pronoun used to mean a person, when you do not know, or do not say who the person is: There s somebody waiting to see you. | Somebody s car alarm kept me awake all night. | somebody new/different etc: We need somebody neutral to sort this out.… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14 Somebody's Me — Infobox Single | Name = Somebody s Me / Alguien Soy Yo Artist = Enrique Iglesias from Album = Insomniac Released = flagicon|United States August 8, 2007 flagicon|Europe December 10, 2007 Format = CD single, digital download Recorded = 2006 Genre …

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  • 15 somebody — some|bod|y1 W3S1 [ˈsʌmbɔdi, bədi US ba:di, bədi] pron used to mean a person, when you do not know, or do not say who the person is = ↑someone →↑anybody, everybody ↑everybody, nobody ↑nobody ▪ There s somebody waiting to see you. ▪ Somebody s car… …

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  • 16 somebody — some|bod|y [ sʌmbədi, sʌm,badi ] pronoun *** someone: Somebody called while you were out. somebody else: When things go wrong, you always say it s somebody else s fault. or somebody (=or someone similar): You could always ask Marie or somebody to …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 somebody */*/*/ — UK [ˈsʌmbədɪ] / US [ˈsʌmbədɪ, ˈsʌmˌbɑdɪ] pronoun someone Somebody phoned while you were out. somebody else: When things go wrong, you always say it s somebody else s fault. or somebody (= or someone similar): You could always ask Marie or… …

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  • 18 somebody —    These are interchangeable indefinite terms of address, used by a speaker who wishes one of the persons to whom he is speaking to identify himself with it. Examples will make that statement clearer.    In Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, by… …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 19 somebody — pronoun somebody to + inf. (we have somebody to talk to) (see also the Usage Note for something) * * * [ sʌmbədɪ] somebody to + inf. (see also the Usage Note for something; we have somebody to talk to) …

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  • 20 somebody*/*/*/ — [ˈsʌmbədi] pronoun someone Somebody phoned while you were out.[/ex] When things go wrong, you always say it s somebody else s fault.[/ex] …

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