Definitions for someoneˈsʌmˌwʌn, -wən
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word someone
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
some person; somebody.
Origin of someone:
person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul(noun)
a human being
"there was too much for one person to do"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
indicates an unknown or unspecified person
Someone had sprayed graffiti on the fence.; I'm sure we'll find someone to help.
A partially specified but unnamed person.
Is someone there?
Origin: some + one
Someone (Laissons nous une chance)
"Someone (Laissons nous une chance)" is a song by American pop/rock band Hanson and French singer Emma Daumas. It was written mainly by Isaac Hanson while were attending Miles Copeland's annual "songwriting bootcamp" at Chateau de Marouatte in France in May 2001. Daumas was chosen to collaborate with Hanson for this song. "Someone (Laissons nous une chance)" was released on the French version of Hanson's album Underneath in February 2005, with rumors that a single would be released in the coming months. Unfortunately, the single was not heavily promoted and a retail single was never released, although a few promo versions of the single were pressed in the UK, France and Canada. The song had some limited airplay on the radio.
Translations for someone
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
an unknown or unnamed person
There's someone at the door; – would you answer it?; We all know someone who needs help.
- شَخْصٌ ماArabic
- alguémPortuguese (BR)
- en eller andenDanish
- kažkas, kas norsLithuanian
-  kādsLatvian
- en eller annen, noenNorwegian
- يك كسPersian
- يو څوكPashto
- cineva, carevaRomanian
- кто-то; кто-нибудь, кто-либоRussian
- birisi, bir kimseTurkish
- 某人Chinese (Trad.)
- хтось, хто-небудьUkrainian
- کوئی شخصUrdu
- người nào đóVietnamese
- 某人Chinese (Simp.)
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