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/ˈpipəl/Show Spelled[pee-puhl]Show IPAnoun, plural peo·ples for 4, verb, peo·pled, peo·pling. noun 1.persons indefinitely or collectively; persons in general: to find it easy to talk to people; What willpeople think? 2.persons, whether men, women, or children, considered as numerable individuals forming a group: Twenty people volunteered to help. 3.human beings,moncler sale, as distinguished from animals or other beings. 4.the entire body of persons who constitute a community, tribe, nation, or other group by virtue of a common culture, history, religion, or the like: the people of Australia; the Jewish people. 5.the persons of any particular group, company, or number (sometimes used in combination): the people of a parish; educated people; salespeople.6.the ordinary persons,moncler, as distinguished from those who have wealth, rank, influence, etc.: a man of the people. 7.the subjects, followers, or subordinates of a ruler, leader,moncler online, employer, etc.: the king and his people. 8.the body of enfranchised citizens of a state: representatives chosen by the people. 9.a person’s family or relatives: My grandmother’s people came from Iowa. 10.(used in the possessive in Communist or left-wing countries to indicate that an institution operates under the controlof or for the benefit of the people, especially under Communist leadership): people’s republic; people’s army. 11.animals of a specified kind: the monkey people of the forest.verb (used with object) furnish with people; populate. supply or stock as if with people: a meadow peopled with flowers.Origin:
1225–75; Middle English peple Anglo-French poeple, Old French pueple Latin populus. See popular
Related forms peo·ple·less, adjective peo·pler, noun out·peo·ple, verb (used with object), out·peo·pled, out·peo·pling. un·der·peo·pled, adjective well-peo·pled, adjective
Can be confused: individual,cheap moncler jackets, party, people, person(see usage note at party)(see usage note at the current entry)(see synonym study at person).
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Usage note
People is usually followed by a plural verb and referred to by a plural pronoun: People are always looking for a bargain. The people have made their choice. The possessive is formed regularly, with the apostrophe before the -s: people’s desire for a bargain; the people’s choice.When people means “the entire body of persons who constitute a community or other group by virtue of a common culture,moncler women, history, etc.,” it is used as a singular, with the plural peoples: This people shares characteristics with certain inhabitants of central Asia. The aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere speak many different languages. The formation of the possessive is regular; the singular is people’s and the plural is peoples’.
At one time,moncler sale, some usage guides maintained that people could not be preceded by a number, as in Fewer than 30 people showed up. This use is now unquestionably standard in all contexts.


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