Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Everyone"

The meaning of "Everyone" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It was like everyone had something to say about it, but me. mean?
A: It means that everyone had decided that he should date the girl and they where not taking his opinion into consideration ( they did not care that he didn't want a girlfriend).
Q: What does “We washed everyone's mouth out with soap."

p.s. I watched Jimmy Kimmel show and the topic is "What is the Worst Thing You Ever Heard Your Mommy Say?" mean?
A: Im going to wash your mouth out with soap is a joke people(mainly parents) say to kids when they say a bad word or talk back
Q: What does Why does everyone fixating on that? mean?
A: it means the person saying that doesn't understand why everyone is focused on something, whatever it is that they're focused on.
Q: What does everyone aboard has been vetted by us for years. mean?
A: -Everyone involved has been critically evaluated by us for years.
-All people working here have been investigated by us for years.
-All participating have been checked out by us for years.

aboard - on a boat or plane or train. The idiom means: participating, employed by, or working on.
Q: What does not everyone is appreciating my banh mi on this bus, tough luck bus riders. mean?
A: it does make sense! banh mí are delicious vietnamese sandwiches. the post means that the people on the bus probably think the food smells, and are making faces at her. your friend is saying "too bad"

Example sentences using "Everyone"

Q: Please show me example sentences with To everyone .
A: you may use for everyone as a substitute to to everyone but I used to everyone.I can't explain it in english.I cannot get the term used in my language.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hello everyone ! Can you help me at all ? How can I use the word "beleaguered" ? Can you give me some examples of sentences which contain this word please ? thank you so much ! :) .
A: "The beleaguered city was destroyed in a recent attack." "The beleaguered doctor was under a lot of pressure."
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hello everyone! how can I say correct sacrifice to or sacrifice for? if both of these are correct, please explain what is the difference? Thanks in advance .
A: Sacrifice to is like how long ago people would sacrifice others to a god.
Sacrifice for is like a latent sacrificing sleep or sacrificing their time for their family
Q: Please show me example sentences with everyone.
A: "Can everyone please be quiet?"
"Where is everyone?" - "Where is everyone going?"
"How is everyone doing?"
"Is everyone coming/going?"
"Why is everyone here?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with everyone.
A: @Melissassr2016: would everyone like to go on holiday ✈
Everyone want to find love 😍
Everyone has a heart♥
Everyone would like more money 💵
Do you think everyone would like a beer 🍻

Synonyms of "Everyone" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It would be surprised for everyone and It is surprise to everyone and It has surprised to everyone ?
A: @capulking:

None of those are quite correct:

CONDITIONAL
It would surprise everyone
It would be a surprise to everyone

PRESENT
It surprises everyone
It is a surprise to everyone

PRESENT PERFECT
It has surprised everyone
It has been a surprise to everyone
Q: What is the difference between everyone and everybody ?
A: I can't think of any situation where they're not interchangeable.
Q: What is the difference between everyone and everybody ?
A: Je ne crois pas qu'il y a une grande différence, moi non plus. Mais je pense que « everyone » est plus courant à l'oral, tandis que « everybody » est plus courant dans l'anglais écrit.
Q: What is the difference between everyone and everybody ?
A: Every one is used in the current situation while everybody is about some future/past situation or some hypothetical situation. For example " Every one is happy here" and "Everybody looked sad there" or "Everybody must reach there in time". The difference is very small and almost unnoticeable.
Q: What is the difference between everyone and everybody ?
A: There is no difference! They both have the same meaning :)

Translations of "Everyone"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello everyone. Today I'm here to talk about a topic. It's overpopulation (population explosion).
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? To me everyone who stands on the stage as a comtestant is already a winner. Whether you win the contest or not is not important, the most important thing is that you gain something from each contest. Wish you all good luck1.
A: Pushing it in terms of time XD
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello everyone 😊
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? everyone is or everyone are
A: Since everyone is a singular pronoun it requires a singular verb.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hello everyone
A: hello everyone

Other questions about "Everyone"

Q: Hello everyone, today we are gonna talk about the region of South West in England.
We are gonna begin with the presentation of the region : So South West is one of nine official regions of England and it’s the largest in area covering 23,800 km2. The region is split into 7 counties, Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorest, Devon and Cornwall a city with its own language . The largest city is Bristol. The region is known for its rich folklore as well as its tradition and customs. The climate of South West England is classed as oceanic so typically cool winters with warmer summer and precipitation all year round. The South West region is largely rural, with small towns and villages, a higher proportion of people live in such areas than in any other English region. The population is about five million so the region has a smaller population compared to London. The region has also been home to some of Britain’s most renowned writers, including Daphne du Maurier and Agatha Christie. does this sound natural?
A: Hello everyone, today I am/ going to talk about the South West of England.
This is one of nine official regions of England and it’s the largest in area covering 23,800 km2. The region icomprises 7 counties - Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. The largest city in the region is Bristol. The region is known for its rich folklore as well as its traditions and customs.
The climate of South West England is classed as oceanic and so it typically has cool winters and warmer summers, and precipitation all year round. It is largely rural, with small towns and villages, and a higher proportion of people live in such areas than in any other English region. The population is about five million so the region has a smaller population than London. The region has also been home to some of Britain’s most renowned writers, including Daphne du Maurier and Agatha Christie. Cornwall is unique in that it has its own language although this is hardly spoken or used.
Q: He is always polite to everyone and say thank you,sorry, _ _ _ _.

・all the time
・a lot
・many times

or plase let me know another words. does this sound natural?
A: You actually dont really need anything after the word sorry. You could just say "..to everyone and says thank you and sorry." because you used the word "always" the fact that it is said alot or many times is implied.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Why does everyone keep fixating on that?.
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Q: Hello everyone. I have a few problems with understanding of this video. https://youtu.be/bjGt8hwbXHA
Here are the things, that I don’t understand:
— From the 0:14 till 0:18. The line with couldn’t crack it. What does that mean?
— Moment 0:30-0:33. Something about caped crusader.
— In the video, Kimmel says few times «Rafters». How to correctly translate this?
— 1:08. What «the thong» is?
Thank you in advance.
A: 0:14 - 0:18
'Crack something' figuratively means not being able to figure out (how to do) something. So he couldn't figure out a new way of directing/playing batman.

0:30 - 0:33
That is Batman's other name/nickname

1:08
It is a type of underwear

Rafters
May be referring to the panels you normally see when you look up at the ceiling/roof of a building.

Hope this will help you.
Q: Hello everyone, thank you for checking out this page. I guess most of you don't know about xxx, I would like to introduce about it.
xxx is one of the best music education program in the world. Everyone can be in class as early as 6month to age of 5. They are learning music but they don't realize it because it's really fun. Don't you want to try it? Don't you want to let your kids try? does this sound natural?
A: "Hello everyone, thank you for checking out this page. I guess most of you don't know about xxx, I would like to introduce you to it.
xxx is one of the best music education programs in the world. Everyone can be in class as early as 6 months to the age of 5. They're learning music but they don't realize it because it's really fun. Don't you want to try it? Don't you want to let your kids try?" this is the fixed version of what you wrote. you only had a few mistakes but overall it was pretty clear what you meant.

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