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third person

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthird personˌthird ˈperson noun  1 the third person2 in the third person first person, second person
Examples from the Corpus
third personIn our study of successful entrepreneurial partnerships, few remain successful when they are joined by a third person.It was like having a third person, an onlooker, in the room.Sometimes a third person would handle the lights and audio.Because defamation law is concerned with reputation, a statement can be defamatory only if it is communicated to a third person.She then tries to get as much as she can while a third person holds the mirror.I mentioned earlier that the gender distinction in Arabic applies to the second as well as third person.I was angry to hear Steve talk about me in the third person.
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