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Italian translation of people

people

noun
 
/ˈpiː·pl/
A1 [plural] more than one person
persone, gente
Our company employs over 400 people. People are unhappy with the situation.
all the men, women, and children who live in a particular country, or who have the same culture or language
popolo
The French are known as a food-loving people. Customs similar to this one are found amongst many peoples of the world.
(Definition of people from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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