Noun: люди народ население жители
Verb: населять заселять расти


the best people in the town - лучшие люди в городе

commonplace people - заурядные люди

the vast confluence of people - огромное скопление народа

people of consideration - уважаемые люди, состоятельные люди

to cotton to people easily - хорошо ладить с людьми

a great depreciation of the standard of morals among the people - колоссальное падение нравов в обществе

disabled people - инвалиды

distinctive people - необычные люди

a room accommodating two people - номер для двух человек

exploitation of the helpless people - эксплуатация беззащитных людей

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people at work - люди за работой

Power to the people! - Власть — народу!

People say we look alike. - Говорят, что мы похожи.

How many people were at the meeting? - Сколько людей было на встрече?

How jealousy blinds people! - Как же ревность ослепляет людей!

Many people now shop online. - Сегодня многие делают покупки через Интернет.

I know a few people who ... - Я знаю людей, которые ...

She tends to annoy people. - Она, как правило, раздражает людей.

People's Assembly - Народное собрание (главный законодательный орган Египта)

Listen up, people! - Внимание, народ! / Послушайте, люди!

Many people have been killed. - Многие были убиты.

Perhaps 200 people were there. - Там было, наверное, человек двести.

What's with you people? - Что с вами, люди?

a book for young people - книга для молодёжи

a little group of people - маленькая группа людей

People lose their hair. - Люди лысеют.

What nice people they are! - Какие они хорошие люди!

The people await you, sire. - Народ ждёт вас, ваше величество.

All the people were shipped. - Все поднялись на борт.

a very litigious group of people - очень склочная группа людей

The people rebelled. - Люди восстали.

the People vs. Romero - Народ против Ромеро (название судебного процесса)

Vietnamese boat people - вьетнамские беженцы (которые покидали охваченный войной Вьетнам на лодках)

Supreme People's Assembly - Верховное народное собрание (главный законодательный орган в Южной Корее)

Most people retire at 65. - Большинство людей выходит на пенсию в шестьдесят пять лет.

a modest man of the people - скромный человек из народа

People are supposed to mix. - Предполагается, что люди должны общаться.

Mongolian People's Republic - Монгольская Народная Республика

Some people have no manners. - Некоторые люди совершенно невоспитанны.

She's so trusting of people. - Она так доверчива к людям.

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Связанные термины:

person: A person is a man, woman, or child .

boat people: Boat people are people who escape from their country in small boats to travel to another country in the hope that they will be able to live there.

good people: → the good people

lay people: → lay person

many people: People are men, women, and children. People is normally used as the plural ofperson, instead of 'persons'.

more people: People are men, women, and children. People is normally used as the plural ofperson, instead of 'persons'.

most people: People are men, women, and children. People is normally used as the plural ofperson, instead of 'persons'.

pod people: a person who behaves in a strange esp mechanical way, as if not fully human

the people: the mass of persons without special distinction, privileges, etc

chosen people: any of various peoples believing themselves to be chosen by God, esp the Jews

flower people: (esp during the 1960s) young people whose behaviour, dress, use of drugs, etc implied a rejection of conventional values, and who used flowers to symbolize peace and naturalness

little people: small supernatural beings, such as elves, pixies, or leprechauns

local people: People are men, women, and children. People is normally used as the plural ofperson, instead of 'persons'.

people flock: If people flock to a particular place or event, a very large number of them go there, usually because it is pleasant or interesting.

people mover: A people mover is the same as a → people carrier .

people person: A person is a man, woman, or child .

people power: the power or pressure demonstrated by the large numbers of the public in non-violent ways

people skills: People skills are the ability to deal with, influence, and communicate effectively with other people.

Plain People: the Mennonites, Dunkers, and Amish people

street people: Street people are homeless people who live outdoors in a town or city.

country people: people who live in the country

peculiar people: a small sect of faith healers founded in London in 1838, having no ministers or external organization

people carrier: A people carrier is a large family car which looks similar to a van and has three rows of seats for passengers .

beautiful people: wealthy, fashionable people of the leisure class

people management: People management involves controlling and organizing the people who work in a business or organization .

people's front: any of the left-wing groups or parties that were organized from 1935 onwards to oppose the spread of fascism

people smuggling: People smuggling or people trafficking is the practice of bringing immigrants into a country illegally.

people's panel: a group of people composed of members of the public, brought together to discuss, investigate, or decide on a particular matter

People's Party: the political party of the Populists

people trafficking: the practice of bringing immigrants into a country illegally

travelling people: Gypsies or other itinerant people: a term used esp by such people of themselves

droves of people: large numbers of people

People's Commissar: an official of the Communist Party responsible for political education, esp in a military unit

people's democracy: (in Communist ideology ) a country or form of government in transition from bourgeois democracy to socialism . In this stage there is more than one class, the largest being the proletariat, led by the Communist Party, which is therefore the dominant power

the good people: fairies

layperson: a layman

lay person: A lay person is a person who is not trained, qualified, or experienced in a particular subject or activity.

pod person: a person who behaves in a strange esp mechanical way, as if not fully human

old people's home: An old people's home is a place where old people live and are cared for when they are too old to look after themselves.

the beautiful people: rich, fashionable people in international high society

as things/people go: You use expressions like as things go or as children go when you are describing one person or thing and comparing them with others of the same kind .

House of the People: the lower chamber of India's Parliament

Beaker folk: a prehistoric people thought to have originated in the Iberian peninsula and spread to central Europe and Britain during the second millennium bc

business person: Business people are people who work in business.

displaced person: A displaced person is someone who has been forced to leave the place where they live, especially because of a war.

as people (or things) go: in comparison with how other people (or things) are

drive a wedge between people: to cause bad feelings between two people who are close in order to weaken their relationship

knock people's heads together: to force people who are disagreeing to reach an agreement

Mongolian People's Republic: → Mongolia (the country )

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Однокоренные слова:

dispeople - уменьшить население, обезлюдить
unpeople - обезлюдить
peopled - населенный
peopleless - необитаемый, безлюдный
repeople - вновь заселять, заполнять, пополнять количество особей, в улье

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