everybodypronounuk /ˈev.riˌbɒd.i/ us /ˈev.riˌbɑː.di/
- The terrorists forced everybody to lie face down on the floor.
- He always tries to outdo everybody else in the class.
- Why did you have to embarrass me in front of everybody like that?
- Come to the table everybody - supper's ready.
- After the conference, the organizers gathered everybody together for a group photograph.