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people

noun plural /ˈpiːpl/
persons
personas
There were three people in the room.
men and women in general
personas, gente
People often say such things.
(noun singular) a nation or race
pueblo
all the peoples of this world.
the people noun plural the ordinary people of a country as opposed to the aristocracy etc
pueblo
government for the people by the people.
people is usually plural: The people waiting at the airport were impatient. people is singular, and has the plural peoples, when it means a nation: a defeated people ; the peoples of eastern Europe.
(Definition of people from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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