English version

someone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomeonesome‧one1 /ˈsʌmwʌn/ ●●● S1 W1 pronoun  PERSON/PEOPLEused to mean a person, when you do not know or do not say who the person is syn somebody, → anyone, everyone, no one What would you do if someone tried to rob you in the street? Will someone please explain what’s going on?someone new/different etc ‘When are you planning to hire someone?’ ‘As soon as we find someone suitable.’ Can you ask someone else (=a different person) to help you? I’m really busy. Have Brooks or someone fax this to New York right away.
Examples from the Corpus
someoneCould someone please turn on the lights?Someone was pounding on the door.or someoneMaybe you could ask a teacher or someone about it.
someonesomeone2 noun   be someone