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somebody’s people

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody’s peoplesomebody’s people[plural] a) PGCRRthe people that a king or leader rules or leads The king ordered his people to prepare for war. b) the people who work for a person or organization A manager’s job is to make his or her people feel part of the system. c) SSF old-fashioned your relatives, especially your parents, grandparents etc Do your people live round here? people
Examples from the Corpus
somebody’s peopleArafat has urged his people to refrain from violence.As a senior manager, you will be judged by the performance of your people.Where do your people come from?
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