persons, human beings; persons in general, persons other than to talk
all the ordinary members of a state; all those persons in a society who do not have special rank or position
one's close relatives, especially parents
live in (a place)
"there were at least 200 people in the audience"
"the Spanish people"
"his people have been farmers for generations"
"are your people still alive?"
"separate the warriors from the mass"
"power to the people"
"Stalin wanted to people the empty steppes"
"The plains are sparsely populated"
Peoples in the World whom he likedshe had a particular love of the Poles.
出自： G. Brown
The Kamchatkans, a people of eastern Siberia.
出自： J. Barnes
Robins..has peopled the garden with..nymphs and satyrs.
A winter sky was peopled with stars.
This office is peopled with petty-minded bureaucrats.
He believes the world is peopled with idiots.
误 She is a nice people.
正 She is a nice person.
误 The people say that the rice price will rise.
正 People say that the rice price will rise.