persons EN[ˈpɜːsənz] US
- 명사 (Noun)BFpersonPLpeoplePREPerso-
- plural of person; used to refer to them individually, rather than as a group. Contrast people.
- 더 많은 예제
- 문장 중간에 사용됨
- Then how about this: How about out-adulting the person who's driving you crazy. In other words, being the bigger adult.
- I find it exceedingly doubtful that any person groks quantum mechanics.
- But the other three problems had all grown out of assigning jobs to people he had no handle on.
- 문장의 시작에 사용됨
- People also come in full of misgivings about "overwinding" their watches. "You can't overwind a watch - you can only underwind it," said McKelvey.
- People who've zorbed in New Zealand, say Swiss mountains are too steep to allow the leisurely roll-out that's the real thrill.
- People tend to lump turtles and tortoises together, when in fact they are different creatures.
- 문장의 끝에서 사용
- Her years of Spanish classes finally paid off when she found herself in Mexico and realized she could communicate with people.
- Why do we sit cross-handed and do nothing which would serve as a basis upon which to build the salvation of our people?
- The reason for equivalization is to allow for household economies of scale–for example, cooking a meal for four people costs less than cooking four separate meals for one person.