- 1 every person; all people Everyone cheered and clapped. Everyone has a chance to win. Everyone brought their partner to the party.
- 2(formal) Everyone brought his or her partner to the party. The police questioned everyone in the room. The teacher commented on everyone's work. Everyone else was there.
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NAmE//ˈɛvriˌwʌn//, NAmE//ˈɛvriwən//(also everybody)