German English Dictionary

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niemand in English:

1. nobody


Nobody came.
What if you gave a speech and nobody came?
Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
The painting he'd painted wasn't very good so nobody praised it.
The argument lasted a long time because nobody would admit to being in the wrong.
Maybe you don't know this, but nobody could ever take your place.
Nobody could have guessed, in those days, the place in history that Martin Luther King, Jr. was to have.
IBM has the lion's share of the large computer market; nobody else even comes close.
Employing him would amount to employing nobody.
Lately you see more young couples making out at the train station ticket gates acting as though nobody in the world existed.
Nobody knows exactly how many races make up the population of the United States.
Upstairs there were four made beds, but on three nobody ever slept.
When nobody knows that something is, it's quite the same as if it were not.
If a tree falls in a forest and nobody hears it, did it happen? If a man speaks his mind in a forest, and no woman hears him, is he still wrong?
Democracy exists where there is nobody so rich to buy another and nobody so poor to be supplied.

English word "niemand"(nobody) occurs in sets:

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