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no onepronoun

us   /ˈnoʊ ˌwʌn/
not any person: I called twice, but no one answered.
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uk   /ˈnəʊ wʌn/ us   /ˈnoʊ wʌn/ also nobody
A2 no person: At first I thought there was no one in the room. "Who was that on the phone?" "No one you would know." I'd like to go to the concert but no one else (= no other person) wants to. No one told me she was ill.

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Translations of “no one”
in Arabic لا أحد…
in Korean 아무도…
in Portuguese ninguém…
in Catalan ningú…
in Japanese 誰も~(し)ない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 没人,无人…
in Turkish kimse, hiç kimse…
in Russian никто…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沒人,無人…
in Italian nessuno…
in Polish nikt…
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