Hindi translation of 'somewhere'
somewhere /ˈsʌmweə ˈसम्वेअ/
You use somewhere to refer to a place without saying exactly where you mean.
I needed somewhere to live in London.
You use somewhere when giving an approximate amount, number, or time.
Caray is somewhere between 73 and 80 years old.
If you say that you are getting somewhere, you mean that you are making progress towards achieving something.
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You use not anywhere instead of somewhere in negative sentences. He isn't going anywhere. You only use somewhere in questions when you expect the answer yes. Are you going somewhere tonight? Otherwise you say anywhere. Are you going anywhere tonight?
At last they were agreeing, at last they were getting somewhere.
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Example Sentences Including 'somewhere'
Brak would have bet money he had the odd catapult stashed about his person somewhere.TREASON KEEP (2001)
You expect it out of doors at a craft fair, mebbe, somewhere open to everybody.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
I recalled reading somewhere that Marble Arch was where people used to be hanged, back in the seventeenth or eighteenth century.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'somewhere' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَكَانٌ مَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: em algum lugar
- Chinese: 某处
- Croatian: negdje
- Czech: někde
- Danish: et eller andet sted
- Dutch: ergens
- European Spanish: en algún sitio
- Finnish: jossakin
- French: quelque part
- German: irgendwo
- Greek: κάπου
- Italian: da qualche parte
- Japanese: どこかに
- Korean: 어딘가에
- Norwegian: et eller annet sted
- Polish: gdzieś
- Portuguese: em algum lugar
- Romanian: undeva
- Russian: где-то
- Spanish: en algún sitio
- Swedish: någonstans
- Thai: ที่ใดที่หนึ่ง
- Turkish: bir yerde
- Ukrainian: десь
- Vietnamese: ở một nơi nào đó
Translation of somewhere from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary