Definition of 'somewhere'
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Example sentences containing 'somewhere'
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The whole point of being an animal is trying to get somewhere else. Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet (2007)Would it be better to encourage him to find somewhere else to live? The Sun (2015)It was taking place somewhere in my cortex. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness (1993)Keep visiting her so she will know she has somewhere to turn when she gets out. The Sun (2011)People want him to play all the time or go somewhere else to play. The Sun (2012)Our home is not in the past somewhere. Christianity Today (2000)You have to draw the line somewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Or do you just take a holiday to experience somewhere real? AUTHENTICITY: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life (2003)Yet somewhere along the way this slight story becomes unexpectedly profound. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Could you recommend how we might go about finding somewhere? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Or else get a taxi somewhere nice. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They all seemed in a hurry to be somewhere else. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It took me out of a dark place and into somewhere new. The Sun (2008)It is important to have somewhere comfortable to go back to after a round. For Love or Money (2006)It remains to find somewhere in the home which will provide these conditions. Planning the Organic Herb Garden (1986)The team that wins it will have to win a shootout somewhere along the line. The Sun (2014)My ideal holiday is sharing somewhere with a number of families. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Somewhere along the way there is a silly dance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And who wants to watch a film about somewhere as empty as that? Times, Sunday Times (2014)For a period they thought they were getting somewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The easy stuff gets solved somewhere by somebody else. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Is the behaviour taking place somewhere of interest? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Hide a single red rose or other special gift or token in the house or somewhere you know your other half will be at a certain time. The Sun (2012)Somebody, somewhere, must know what happened. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Trends of 'somewhere'
Very Common. somewhere is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'somewhere'
British English: somewhere /ˈsʌmˌwɛə/ ADVERB
You use somewhere to talk about a place without saying where you mean.
I've seen him before somewhere.
- American English: somewhere
- 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
- European 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
Definition of somewhere from the Collins English Dictionary
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