Translation: from english

someone

  • 1 someone

    someone some∙one (also some∙body) pron. 1. a person who is not known or mentioned by name • 某人:
    »Thereˈs someone at the door.
    门口有个人。
    »Someoneˈs left their bag behind.
    有人把包落下了。
    »Itˈs time for someone new (= a new person) to take over.
    现在该换个新人来干了。
    »It couldnˈt have been me—it must have been someone else (= a different person).
    那不可能是我——准是别人。
    »Should we call a doctor or someone ?
    我们要不要请个大夫什么的?
    【HELP】The difference between someone and anyone is the same as the difference between some and any. Look at the notes there. • * someone 和 anyone 的区别与 some 和 any 的区别相同。参看该两词条下的注解。 2. an important person • 重要人物:
    »He was a small-time lawyer keen to be someone.
    他是个没有什么名堂却总想出人头地的律师。
    --› compare nobody n.
    * * *
    ['sʌmwʌn]
    pron. 有人, 某人

    English-Chinese dictionary > someone

  • 2 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) alguien
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) alguien
    someone pron alguien
    tr['sʌmwʌn]
    1→ link=somebody somebody{
    someone ['sʌm.wʌn] pron
    : alguien
    n.
    personaje s.m.
    pron.
    alguien pron.
    tal pron.
    uno pron.
    'sʌmwʌn
    ['sʌmwʌn]
    PRON = somebody
    * * *
    ['sʌmwʌn]

    English-spanish dictionary > someone

  • 3 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) en eller anden
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) noget
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) en eller anden
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) noget

    English-Danish dictionary > someone

  • 4 someone

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > someone

  • 5 someone

    < pronoun>
    だれそれ 誰某
    なにものか 何者か
    だれか 誰か
    それがし
    ひとかどのじんぶつ 一角の人物 <unspecified, but someone in particular>
    あるひと 或る人
    * * *
    /sʌ́mwʌ̀n, -wən/
    〖代〗
    1 [肯定文で] だれか, ある人

    Mary needs ~ to talk to. メリーはだれか話し相手が必要だ

    I can't tell them the news. S~ else must tell them. 私は彼らにその知らせを伝える気になれない. 他のだれかが伝えるべきです

    I know ~ who invested in real estate and rained their finances. 不動産に投資して破産してしまった人を私は知っている.

    2 [疑問・否定文で] だれか, ある人

    Is there ~ at the bus stop? バス停にだれかいますか《◆たぶん1人や2人いるだろうという気持が話し手にある; Is there anybody … ?ではこのような含みはない》.

    3 ((略式))重要人物(cf. ⇒ somebody〖名〗 ).
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    ◇[語法]
    (1) 数と性についてはanyone, everyoneと同じ( ⇒ anyone 4 ◇[語法] , ⇒ everybody ◇[語法](1) ).
    (2) somebodyとの比較は ⇒ somebody ◇[語法] .
    -------------
    … or someone
    …かだれか.
    Is someone in?
    (トイレで)誰か入っていますか《◆せきばらいでもよいが, He is in. (入ってます)などと答えることもある》.
    だれか《◆someone単独より「どこのだれとは知らないが」の気持が強い》.

    English-Japanese dictionary > someone

  • 6 someone

    pronoun
    see academic.ru/68805/somebody">somebody
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) jemand
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) jemand
    * * *
    some·one
    [ˈsʌmwʌn]
    pron indef see somebody
    * * *
    ['sʌmwʌn]
    pron
    See:
    = somebody
    * * *
    A pron (irgend)jemand, irgendeiner:
    someone or other irgendjemand
    B s somebody B
    * * *
    pronoun
    * * *
    pron.
    irgendeiner pron.
    irgendjemand pron.
    jemand pron.

    English-german dictionary > someone

  • 7 someone

    1) Местоимение someone имеет графический вариант some one
    2) Местоимение someone относится только к людям
    3) Someone употребляется как существительное в контекстах, в которых возможно употребление местоимения some.

    Someone took my book — Кто-то взял мою книгу.

    — Различия в употреблении слов some, any, no и производных от них (someone, anybody, nowhere etc.) см. some, any, no.

    English-Russian grammar dictionary > someone

  • 8 someone

    [ʹsʌm|wʌn,-{ʹsʌm}wən] indef pron
    кто-то, кто-нибудь, кто-либо

    someone else's - чужой, не свой

    someone or other - тот или иной; кто-нибудь, кто-либо

    someone has to lock up the house - кто-нибудь /кто-то/ должен запереть дом

    НБАРС > someone

  • 9 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) nekdo
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) nekdo
    * * *
    [sʌmwʌn]
    noun
    nekdo
    someone or other — ta ali oni, kdorkoli

    English-Slovenian dictionary > someone

  • 10 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) einhver
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) (e-r) merkilegur/sérstakur

    English-Icelandic dictionary > someone

  • 11 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) valaki
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) Valaki

    English-Hungarian dictionary > someone

  • 12 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) alguém
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) alguém
    * * *
    some.one
    [s'∧mw∧n] n+pron = link=somebody somebody.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > someone

  • 13 someone

    pron. şahsiyet, biri, birisi, önemli kimse, kimse
    * * *
    birisi
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) birisi, bir kimse
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) önemli birisi

    English-Turkish dictionary > someone

  • 14 someone

    • joku
    • eräs
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) joku
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) tärkeä henkilö

    English-Finnish dictionary > someone

  • 15 someone

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    [English Word] someone
    [Swahili Word] mmoja
    [Swahili Plural] wamoja
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] moja
    [English Example] each (and every) one
    [Swahili Example] kila mmoja
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] someone
    [Swahili Word] mtu
    [Swahili Plural] watu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] utu
    [English Example] No one is there.
    [Swahili Example] hakuna mtu
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] someone else
    [English Plural] others
    [Swahili Word] mwingine
    [Swahili Plural] wengine
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] ingine
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    English-Swahili dictionary > someone

  • 16 someone

    ['sʌmwʌn]
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) qualcuno
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) qualcuno
    * * *
    ['sʌmwʌn]

    English-Italian dictionary > someone

  • 17 someone

    ['sʌmwʌn]
    pron
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) ktoś
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) ktoś

    English-Polish dictionary > someone

  • 18 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) [] kāds
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) nezin kas
    * * *
    kāds

    English-Latvian dictionary > someone

  • 19 someone

    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) kažkas, kas nors
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) kažin kas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > someone

  • 20 someone

    pron. någon
    * * *
    1) (an unknown or unnamed person: There's someone at the door - would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.) någon
    2) (a person of importance: He thinks he is someone.) någon, något

    English-Swedish dictionary > someone

Look at other dictionaries:

  • someone — (n.) c.1300, sum on; from SOME (Cf. some) + ONE (Cf. one). Someone else romantic rival is from 1914 …   Etymology dictionary

  • someone — index character (an individual), person Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • someone — ► PRONOUN 1) an unknown or unspecified person. 2) a person of importance or authority …   English terms dictionary

  • someone — [sum′wun΄, sum′wən] pron. a person unknown or not named; some person; somebody …   English World dictionary

  • someone — some|one1 W1S1 [ˈsʌmwʌn] pron used to mean a person, when you do not know, or do not say, who the person is = ↑somebody →↑anyone, everyone ↑everyone, no one ↑no one ▪ What would you do if someone tried to rob you in the street? ▪ Will someone… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • someone — some|one [ sʌmwʌn ] pronoun *** used for referring to a person when you do not know or do not say who the person is: I can t find my calculator someone must have taken it. They need someone like you, someone who understands business methods.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • someone — 1 / sVmwVn/ pronoun used to mean a person, when you do not know, or do not say, who the person is: What would you do if someone tried to rob you in the street? | Will someone please explain what s going on. | someone new/different etc: We ll make …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • someone */*/*/ — UK [ˈsʌmwʌn] / US pronoun used for referring to a person when you do not know or do not say who the person is I can t find my calculator – someone must have taken it. They need someone like you, someone who understands business methods. someone… …   English dictionary

  • someone — [[t]sʌ̱mwʌn[/t]] ♦♦ (The form somebody is also used.) 1) PRON INDEF You use someone or somebody to refer to a person without saying exactly who you mean. Her father was shot by someone trying to rob his small retail store... I need someone to… …   English dictionary

  • someone —    These are interchangeable indefinite terms of address, used by a speaker who wishes one of the persons to whom he is speaking to identify himself with it. Examples will make that statement clearer.    In Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, by… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • someone*/*/*/ — [ˈsʌmwʌn] pronoun used for referring to a person when you do not know or do not say who the person is I can t find my calculator – someone must have taken it.[/ex] I ve invited someone special that I want you to meet.[/ex] His wife told him she… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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