persons; men, women and children
At least ten people were killed in the crash.
There were a lot of people at the party.
Many young people are out of work.
persons in general or everyone
He doesn't care what people think of him.
She tends to annoy people.
all the persons who live in a particular place or belong to a particular country, race, etc.
the French people
the native peoples of Siberia
the ordinary men and women of a country rather than those who govern or have a special position in society
the life of the common people
It was felt that the government was no longer in touch with the people.
men and women who work in a particular type of job or are involved in a particular area of activity
a meeting with business people and bankers
These garments are intended for professional sports people.
the men, women and children that a person leads
The king urged his people to prepare for war.
the men and women who work for you or support you
I've had my people watching the house for a few days.
guests or friends
I'm having people to dinner this evening.
the men, women and children that you are closely related to, especially your parents, grandparents, etc.
She's spending the holidays with her people.
when you say of all people , you are emphasizing that sb is the person you would most or least expect to do sth
She of all people should know the answer to that.
you should not criticize other people, because they will easily find ways of criticizing you
especially of a politician
a man who understands and is sympathetic to ordinary people
to please everyone by changing your attitudes or opinions to suit different people
to be understood or used in different ways by different people
to live in a place or fill it with people
The town was peopled largely by workers from the car factory and their families.
The ballroom was peopled with guests.