Definition of everybody in English:

everybody

pronoun

  • Every person.

    ‘everybody agrees with his views’
    • ‘This way everybody pays and there is no need for the police to be involved in organised swoops.’
    • ‘By night, everybody strolls down to the Arabian sea to sit on the sand for a kulfi and a head massage.’
    • ‘It might not work for everybody, but for some he says it can be a truly life changing experience.’
    • ‘It was a very simple idea but it worked brilliantly because everybody could take part.’
    • ‘There is also a kind of equality in the knowledge that the evening will cost everybody the same.’
    • ‘I live in an ordinary house because I want my kids to feel normal like everybody else.’
    • ‘That was one bit of trouble but everybody forgets that I was found not guilty in my verdict.’
    • ‘So our system cunningly presented everybody with a chance to be big, in one way or another.’
    • ‘There is no amount that is too small to be recycled, and everybody should be making an effort.’
    • ‘Here some of the public rights of way have vanished and everybody uses the tracks.’
    • ‘If everybody comes under the one umbrella, it is easier to get the structure right.’
    • ‘All we have to do is go out there and get everybody to agree that we're not going to let them do this any more.’
    • ‘If you go to a party where you don't know many people, you end up meeting everybody.’
    • ‘We send all our love and heartfelt sorrow for all your family and everybody who knew and loved you.’
    • ‘I see myself as part of a squad rather than as an individual and everybody will have his own role.’
    • ‘You would have to have everybody agree it was a good idea in order for that to happen.’
    • ‘With the resurgence of the British rock scene, everybody wants to be in a guitar group.’
    • ‘How come everybody knows of the massive fraud yet still we are supposed to swallow it and be happy?’
    • ‘On every subject there are always two views, and everybody should be allowed a view.’
    • ‘He has a great sense of humour and lots of friends and this is obviously quite a shock for everybody.’
    everyone, every person, each person, each one, each and every one, all, one and all, all and sundry, the whole world, the world at large, the public, the general public, people everywhere
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Pronunciation

everybody

/ˈɛvrɪbɒdi/