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Meaning of “everyone” in the English Dictionary

"everyone" in British English

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everyonepronoun

uk   us   /ˈev.ri.wʌn/ (also everybody)
A2 every ​person: Would everyone who ​wishes to ​attend the ​dinnerlet me ​know by ​Fridayafternoon? Everyone has ​their own ​ideas about the ​best way to ​bring up ​children. I've ​receivedreplies from everybody but Jane. Do you ​agree with the ​principle that everyone should ​pay something towards the ​cost of ​healthcare? Everyone ​knows who ​stole it, but they're all ​afraid to ​tell anyone. Everyone ​involved in the ​accident has been ​questioned by the ​police. Goodbye, everybody - I'll ​see you next ​week. I'm ​sorry, but you'll just have to ​waityourturn like everybody else.

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(Definition of everyone from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"everyone" in American English

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everyonepronoun

 us   /ˈev·riˌwʌn/ (also everybody,  /ˈev·riˌbɑd·i, -ˌbʌd·i/ )
every ​person: You have to ​waityourturn like everyone ​else. Goodbye, everybody – I’ll ​see you next ​week.
(Definition of everyone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “everyone”
in Arabic كُلّ واحِد…
in Korean 모든 사람…
in Portuguese todos, todo mundo…
in Catalan tothom…
in Japanese みんな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每个人,人人, 所有人…
in Turkish herbiri…
in Russian каждый, все…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每個人,人人, 所有人…
in Italian tutti…
in Polish wszyscy, każdy…
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