everybody: everyone, all, the whole world, each person noun

UK: Everybody enjoyed our holiday by the sea.
US: When I told everybody that the match was cancelled, they became angry.
  • "Let's take a quick break, everybody."
  • "Everybody knows I'm dying."
  • "Everybody now, sing with me!"
  • "Everybody has a passion in life, and yours just happens to be perfumes."
  • "Dr. Gilchrist : Everybody agrees!"
  • "Warbuckle : Welcome to the North Pole, everybody."
  • "THX-1134 : Hello everybody."
  • "Krazy Gidyon : Hey hey everybody!"
  • "Dr. Loblaw : Alright, everybody, listen up!"
  • "Listen up everybody, because of Bruno's work, all of you can leave early!"

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