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  • EN [ ˈbaɪstændə(r)]
  • US [ ˈbaɪstændər]

English definition


  • 1. a nonparticipant spectator

Example sentences

  • I am always a bystander when danger comes.

  • It is stated by a bystander that his trousers and gloves had been changed.

  • Is there no problem about me having to die as an innocent bystander?

  • " Here you are, " remarked a bystander, putting a coin into his hand.

  • She had thought to remain a bystander.

  • I do not think they realize I was just a bystander.

  • Police attach credence to the report of an unnamed bystander.

  • You are not some disinterested bystander.

  • Police warn bystander to keep away from the blazing building.

  • HIV replication kills productively infected CD 4 + T lymphocytes and innocent bystander cells.

  • Good job in learning is that you should be a active participant rather than passive bystander.

  • Jack Sparrow: I was nothing more than an almost innocent bystander.

  • At least one bystander was killed and more than 15 people were wounded in that attack.

  • Vascular adventitia: Bystander, active player or trigger for atherosclerosis?

  • You are an innocent bystander.

  • By the time Eric's girlfriend arrived, he was dead. The bystander became the victim.

  • We have gone from a bystander to a leader in the fight against climate change.

  • I don't claim to have been a passive bystander in all this.

  • Saudi Arabia as a bystander did not have that luxury.

  • So you were just an innocent bystander?

  • In fact the ordinary official's income bystander imagines bymeans such high, they also thewhichthe bystander.

  • Perhaps the weakest role a person can choose to play in life is that a bystander.

  • A bullet went astray and killed a bystander.

  • Joy was weeping too, but as a bystander she kept her wits about her.

  • A bystander asked Johnny if he was going to arrest Diamond.

  • The rest of the world was just a bystander.

  • The bystander who struck down and disarmed McKinley's assassin was also named John Parker.

  • It looks like an innocent bystander was killed instead of you.


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