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treated as singular or plural Everyone.‘he shouted “Bon appetit, tout le monde!”’
- ‘Why does he seem so certain, decisive and sure of himself, when everybody - tout le monde!’
- ‘To be contemporaine de tout le monde - that is the keenest and most secret satisfaction that fashion can offer a woman.’
- ‘Backstage he went on to greet, as he put it, "All the children in the world and to tell tout le monde, everybody to be good at school."’
- ‘He gave orders for a new offensive all along the line: tout le monde à la bataille!’
- ‘Tout le monde has fallen in love with her.’
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