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  • EN [ ˈpiːpl]
  • US [ ˈpiːpl]

English definition


  • 1. (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively;

    • "old people"
    • "there were at least 200 people in the audience"
  • 2. the body of citizens of a state or country;

    • "the Spanish people"
  • 3. the common people generally;

    • "separate the warriors from the mass"
    • "power to the people"
  • 4. members of a family line;

    • "his people have been farmers for generations"
    • "are your people still alive?"


  • 1. fill with people or supply with inhabitants;

    • "people a room"
    • "The government wanted to populate the remote area of the country"
  • 2. make one's home or live in;

    • "She resides officially in Iceland"
    • "I live in a 200-year old house"
    • "These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted"
    • "The plains are sparsely populated"

Example sentences

  • A wide promenade allows many people to walk at the same time.

  • I don't like the kind of people who always nose into other people's affairs.

  • Some people disdain labour.

  • In those remote mountains people used to farm by the slash and burn method.

  • Speak louder so the people in the hall can all hear you.

  • Some people are often reproached for unpunctuality when their only fault is cutting things fine.

  • They are homogeneous people.

  • Some people exterminate garden insects by spraying poison on the plants.

  • The weather was so hot that three people fainted, and we had to call a doctor to bring them to life.

  • He is walking proof that people can lose weight quickly.

  • People are disquieted [ on tenterhooks ] .

  • The winner's complacent smile annoyed some people.

  • Plenty of people have come.

  • People gathered at the scene of the accident.

  • These people are guilty of acts of great atrocity.

  • He is hypersensitive to what people say about him.

  • The people of the afflicted areas are certain to need our help.

  • Many people who are disillusioned in reality assimilate life to a dream.

  • The people desire peace, security and happiness.

  • We found that most people are favourable to the idea.

  • The people shoved to get on the bus.

  • This company employs more people than any other outfit in the city.

  • People considered it as an honor to pay strength and perspire for it.

  • He gets vicarious thrills from watching people bungee jumping.

  • As people grow older, they begin to ruminate on the uncertainty of life.

  • She gets along well with people because of her supple nature.

  • These people are predominantly Russian Orthodox by religion.

  • At least the club keeps the young people off the streets.

  • Two people will be enough; there is no need to drag him along, too.

Synonym discrimination

  • nation, people, race

  • people, masses, crowd, throng, mob


Meaning of people

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