- some person; somebody
WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
some•one /ˈsʌmˌwʌn, -wən/USA pronunciation pron.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
some•one (sum′wun′, -wən),USA pronunciation pron.
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'someone' also found in these entries:
Adam - Amerasian - abandon - abash - abduction - abhorrence - abrazo - absorb - access - accessory - accident boat - accompany - account - accountable - accredit - acid - acquaintance - acquaintance violence - adapt - addict - address - adjudicate - adultery - advantage - adventure - adversary - adverse possession - afford - afraid - agree - aid - air - airbrush out - alarm clock - alert - alibi - all hail - allow - allure - alone - amerce - amuse - anachronism - ancestor - anesthetist - animadversion - anomaly - answer back - answerable - apostrophe
Collocations: someone [knocked, spoke, started], heard someone [knocking], lend someone [an ear, some money], more...
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