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  2. 1. plural : human beings making up a group or assembly or linked by a common interest. 2. plural : human beings, personsoften used in compounds instead of persons. salespeople. often used attributively. people skills. 3. plural : the members of a family or kinship.

  3. the entire body of persons who constitute a community, tribe, nation, or other group by virtue of a common culture, history, religion, or the like: the people of Australia; the Jewish people. the persons of any particular group, company, or number (sometimes used in combination): the people of a parish; educated people; salespeople.

  4. Synonyms for PEOPLE: world, folks, public, humanity, society, species, humankind, populace; Antonyms of PEOPLE: elite, elect, aristocracy, choice, society, pride, cream, fat

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › PeoplePeople - Wikipedia

    A people is any plurality of persons considered as a whole. Used in politics and law it is a term to refer to the collective or community of an ethnic group , a nation , to the public or common mass of people of a polity .

  6. C1. the large number of ordinary men and women who do not have positions of power in society: She claims to be the voice of the people. The president has lost the support of the people. the people's Princess. someone's people informal. the people someone is related to: Her people come from Scotland originally.

  7. of people : to live or be in (a place) — usually used as (be) peopled. The town is peopled [= inhabited] almost entirely by factory workers. a campus peopled with students from around the world. 2. : to put people in (something, such as a story) — usually used as (be) peopled.