Translation of somebody in Spanish:
- somebody's comingsomebody important/youngerviene alguienshut the door, somebody!alguien importante/más joventhere's always got to be somebody who disagrees¡que alguien cierre la puerta!somebody else got the jobsiempre tiene que haber alguien or uno que no está de acuerdothere was somebody lying on the floorle dieron el trabajo a otro or a otra personathere's somebody I'd like you to meethabía una persona tumbada en el suelohe needs somebody to talk toquiero presentarte a un amigo ( or compañero etc)he's not somebody I'd confide innecesita a alguien con quien hablarsomebody or other must have dropped itno es una persona a quien yo le confiaría ningún secretowho was it? — John somebodyse le debe de haber caído a alguien¿quién era? — John algo or John no sé cuánto [colloquial]Example sentences
- Claire decided that she must have fallen asleep at the party, and somebody had taken her home.
- There are so many characters that you're bound to end up identifying with somebody.
- You are at a party, and you have been chatting to somebody who seems very nice.
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