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person British & World English

A human being regarded as an individual

-person British & World English

Used as a neutral alternative to -man in nouns denoting professional status, a position of authority, etc.

in person British & World English

With the personal presence or action of the individual specified

bar person British & World English

A person who works in a bar

non-person British & World English

A person regarded as non-existent or unimportant, or as having no rights; an ignored or forgotten person

people person British & World English

A person who enjoys or is particularly good at interacting with others

young person British & World English

(In the UK) a person generally from 14 to 17 years of age

legal person British & World English

An individual, company, or other entity which has legal rights and is subject to obligations

business person British & World English

A businessman or businesswoman

person-to-person British & World English

Taking place directly between individuals

displaced person British & World English

A person who is forced to leave their home country because of war or persecution; a refugee

in the person of British & World English

In the physical form of

person of colour British & World English

A person who is not white or of European parentage

in person in person British & World English

With the personal presence or action of the individual specified

first-person shooter British & World English

A type of computer game whose gameplay involves shooting enemies and other targets and in which a player views the action as though through the eyes of the character they are controlling

third-person shooter British & World English

A type of computer game whose gameplay involves shooting enemies and other targets and in which a player views the action as if from a position behind the character they are controlling

be one's own person British & World English

Do or be what one wishes or in accordance with one’s own character rather than as influenced by others

in one's own person British & World English

Oneself; in person (used for emphasis)

be in another person's shoes British & World English

Be (or put oneself) in another person’s situation or predicament

be one's own person in person British & World English

Do or be what one wishes or in accordance with one’s own character rather than as influenced by others

in one's own person in person British & World English

Oneself; in person (used for emphasis)

unperson British & World English

A person whose name or existence is denied or ignored, especially because of a political misdemeanour

the first person in first person British & World English

A type of narrative in which the protagonist relates their story using the first person, i.e. using the pronoun ‘I’

transperson British & World English

A person who is transgender or transsexual

waitperson British & World English

A waiter or waitress (used as a neutral alternative)

cameraperson British & World English

A cameraman or camerawoman (used as a neutral alternative)

anchorperson British & World English

An anchorman or anchorwoman

be in another person's shoes in shoe British & World English

Be (or put oneself) in another person’s situation or predicament

the third person in third person British & World English

A type of narrative in which the story is related by an omniscient narrator, using third-person forms

be or put oneself in another person's shoes in shoe British & World English

Be (or put oneself) in another person’s situation or predicament

person English Thesaurus

you were probably the last person to see Glynn alive

person English-Spanish

persona feminine

bar person English-Spanish

mesero,, camarero,

first person English-Spanish

the first person singular/plural

third person English-Spanish

→ third party


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