音標 ['nəubədi]
pron. 代名詞 名詞 誰也不,沒人;無人。
There was nobody present. 沒人出席。
Everybody's business is nobody's business. 人人負責便是沒人負責。
N- will be the wiser. 沒人會知道的。
nobody else 此外無別人。
n. 名詞 (pl. nobodies) 不足取的人;無名小卒;小人物 (opp. somebody)。
She has married a nobody. 她嫁了一個無名的人。
He is nobody. 他是一個沒出息的人。


    1. The a - bomb hurt nobody over and above the abraded king, causing the abscess

    2. On the third anniversary of nixon's inauguration day we were in the thick of planning an event nobody imagined possible in 1969: the visit of a united states president to beijing.

    3. So then after that they drifted on to the wreck of daunt s rock, wreck of that illfated norwegian barque - nobody could think of her name for the moment till the jarvey who had really quite a look of henry campbell remembered it, palme, on booterstown strand, that was the talk of the town that year albert william quill wrote a fine piece of original verse of distinctive merit on the topic for the irish times breakers running over her and crowds and crowds on the shore in commotion petrified with horror

    4. Well, then, pretty soon all hands got to talking about the diseased again, and how good he was, and what a loss he was, and all that ; and before long a big iron - jawed man worked himself in there from outside, and stood a - listening and looking, and not saying anything ; and nobody saying anything to him either, because the king was talking and they was all busy listening

    5. Nobody is altogether pleased by bland foodstuff.