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- a man or woman having a specified role
- advance person
- Someone who travels to a destination in order to arrange accommodation, meetings, security, etc. for one or more celebrities, politicians, business leaders, or other public figures who will arrive subsequently
What an advance person does, she explains, is find venues for rallies, build the crowd, and create the visuals.
- disabled person
- A person with a disability
- displaced person
- a refugee, especially of war or of forced migration
- Attributive form of displaced person
- dog person
- A person who keeps dogs as pets
Are you a dog person?.
- first person
- Forms of pronouns or verbs used for the speaker or writer of the sentence in which they occur
Am is the first person singular of to be.
- first person
- A form of narrative writing using verbs in the first person in order to give the impression that the action is happening to the narrator
- Of a verb, in the first person
- Of a narrative, using verbs in the first person
- Visual presentation through the protagonist or principal character's own eyes
- first-person plural
- : The form of a verb used (in English and other languages) with the pronoun we (or its equivalent in other languages)
Are is the first-person plural of the verb to be.
- first-person plurals
- plural form of first-person plural
- first-person shooter
- A combat or video game in the genre characterized by a three-dimensional view from from the player's perspective, often holding a weapon in front
- first-person shooters
- plural form of first-person shooter
- first-person singular
- The form of a verb used to indicate the speaker as the subject of the verb
Am is the first-person singular of the verb to be.
- first-person singulars
- plural form of first-person singular
- fourth person
- A variety of the third person sometimes used for indefinite referents, such as one in one shouldn't do that
- fourth person
- In some languages such as Ojibwe, a variety of the third person used for a secondary, or obviative, third person
The man saw the dog as he was leaving. (if he is the third person, or proximate, it refers to the man; if he is the fourth person, or obviative, it refers to the dog).
- give a person line
- to allow a person more or less liberty until it is convenient to stop or check him/her, like a hooked fish that swims away with the line
- in person
- With one's own body and presence, as opposed to radio, the telephone, television, or the Internet. Actually present. In actual presence
Have you ever seen a celebrity in person?.
- lay person
- An alternative spelling of layperson. While lay person is not uncommon the spelling layperson seems to be more common and by analogy with the words layman and laywoman the single word spelling more logical
- legal person
- An organisation or a group of people who have (some of) the legal rights and responsibilities of an individual under the law
- litigant in person
- A litigant without an attorney
- missing person
- A person whose whereabouts are unknown and who is being sought
- morning person
- A person whose who wakes up without difficulty early each morning and who is alert and active during the first part of the day
I'm a confirmed morning person, a wind-up doll who starts my day in near-manic motion and ends it with slow, mechanical tasks requiring little energy or thought.
- people person
- Someone who is happier or more skilled at dealing with people rather than things or concepts
- Someone who likes or knows (the specified thing)
- Any individual or formal organization with standing before the courts
By common law a corporation or a trust is legally a person.
- A specific human being
Where is the person?.
- person of color
- A non-white person
- person of ordinary skill in the art
- In United States patent law, the hypothetical individual whose likely knowledge determines whether an improvement on existing technology would be obvious, and therefore nonpatentable
- person of size
- A person who is significantly overweight
- Such that the caller is only connected and charged if the person he specified is available to speak
- Such that the lender and borrower are individuals rather than companies
- pod person
- A conformist person, especially one who lacks personality or originality
I'm not stalking you, she said, with all the sincerity of a pod person in The Body Snatchers.
- reasonable person
- A fictional person used as a comparative legal standard to represent an average member of society and how he or she would behave or think, especially in determining negligence; sometimes formulated as "a person of ordinary prudence exercising due care in like circumstances."
- Attributive form of reasonable person
- second person
- In grammar, the form of a verb used when the subject of a sentence is the audience. In English, the second person is used with the pronouns thou and you. In many languages the singular, applying to one person, and plural, applying to several people, are distinct
amais is the second person plural of the Spanish verb amar.
- Of a verb, in the second person
- second-person plural
- The form of a verb used (in English and other languages) with the pronoun you in its plural sense (or its equivalent in other languages)
Are is the second-person plural of the verb to be.
- second-person plurals
- plural form of second-person plural
- second-person singular
- The form of a verb used (in English and other languages) with the pronouns thou and you in its singular sense (or their equivalents in other languages)
The second-person singular of to be is art or are.
- second-person singulars
- plural form of second-person singular
- third person
- A form of narrative writing using verbs in the third person in order to give the impression that the action is happening to another person
- third person
- The pronouns he, she, it, they and one
- third person
- In grammar, the form of a verb used when the subject of a sentence is not the audience or the one making the statement. In English, pronouns used with the third person include he, she, it, one, they, and who
Is is the third person singular of to be.
- Of a verb, in the third person
- Of a narrative, using verbs in the third person
- third-person plural
- : The form of a verb used (in English and other languages) with plural nouns and with the pronoun they (or its equivalents in other languages)
Are is the third-person plural of the verb to be.
- third-person plural
- The pronoun they (or its equivalents in other languages)
- third-person plurals
- plural form of third-person plural
- third-person shooter
- A combat video game of a kind with a perspective view, typically positioning the camera over the shoulder of the player
- third-person shooters
- plural form of third-person shooter
- third-person singular
- The form of a verb used (in English and other languages) with singular nouns and with the pronouns he, she, it and one (or their equivalents in other languages)
Is is the third-person singular of to be.
- third-person singulars
- plural form of third-person singular
- very important person
- A person who is accorded special privileges due to his or her status or importance. Examples include celebrities, heads of state, high rollers, politicians, high-level corporate officers, wealthy individuals, or any other person who receives special treatment for some reason. In some cases, such as tickets to events, VIP may be used in a similar way to premium, and can be purchased by anyone.For example, see
- If you make a person-to-person call, you say that you want to talk to one person in particular. If that person cannot come to the telephone, you do not have to pay for the call. involving communication between people
- involving direct communication or contact between persons or parties; "a person-to-person interview"; "person-to-person telephone calls
- directly between one person and another; referring to a collect call that is directed at a particular person at the number being dialed