(1) You are at a party, and you have been chatting to somebody who seems very nice.(2) Well, somebody has decided to do something similar, if not exactly what I had in mind.(3) More dangerously, there is the advice to get somebody who has a nosebleed to tip their head back.(4) When is somebody going to take responsibility for these costly failures and mistakes?(5) I'd like to be somebody(6) It is impossible to write an honest letter to somebody who may send it on to a third party.(7) It's terrific to be working with somebody who has the whole thing in perspective.(8) We are not interested in somebody who makes nominal moves on school improvement.(9) If you catch a big rainbow trout in a loch or river then make no mistake - somebody reared it and fed it.(10) Now they are hoping somebody will help them start their project all over again.(11) It is only a matter of time before somebody is killed in one of these cowardly attacks.(12) If ever there was somebody who looked like an all-action-hero pilot, it was this guy.(13) Claire decided that she must have fallen asleep at the party, and somebody had taken her home.(14) From the very first time we met he came out to me as being somebody who would take the type of approach we needed at the club.(15) The best thing to do, if you can, is to pass your expenses on for somebody else to bear.(16) Could somebody older please tell me what they know now, so that I can make use of it when I am an adult?
(1) some body :: sommige liggaam
(2) somebody else :: iemand anders
(3) be somebody :: wees iemand
(4) somebody like you :: iemand soos jy
(5) with somebody :: met iemand
(6) rip somebody off :: rip iemand af
1. important person ::
2. VIP ::
3. public figure ::
4. notable ::
5. dignitary ::
6. worthy ::
7. someone ::
8. big name ::
9. household name ::
10. newsmaker ::
11. celebrity ::
12. star ::
13. superstar ::
14. grandee ::
15. luminary ::
16. leading light ::
17. celeb ::
18. bigwig ::
19. big shot ::
20. big cheese ::
21. hotshot ::
22. megastar ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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We'd better call SOMEBODY
to come pick us up.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 19
I expect it's 'cause
he wanted SOMEBODY to find it.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8
Everyone's got one from SOMEBODY,
big or little.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 2
with my non-alcoholic beverage.
HANK: Somebody kill the music.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 10
Did SOMEBODY talk?
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 10
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