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1somewhere

adverb some·where \-ˌ(h)wer, -(ˌ)(h)wər\

: in, at, or to a place not known, named, or specified

: close to a specified number, time, or amount

Full Definition of SOMEWHERE

1
:  in, at, from, or to a place unknown or unspecified <mentions it somewhere>
2
:  to a place symbolizing positive accomplishment or progress <now we're getting somewhere>
3
:  in the vicinity of :  approximately <somewhere about nine o'clock>

Examples of SOMEWHERE

  1. The boy ran off somewhere.
  2. She lives somewhere in the city.
  3. I've seen you somewhere before.
  4. His house must be around here somewhere.
  5. Do you want to go somewhere else?

First Known Use of SOMEWHERE

13th century

2somewhere

noun

: a place not known, named, or specified

Full Definition of SOMEWHERE

:  an undetermined or unnamed place

Examples of SOMEWHERE

  1. We looked for somewhere to park the car.
  2. I know somewhere nice where we can eat.

First Known Use of SOMEWHERE

1647
SOMEWHERE Defined for Kids

somewhere

adverb some·where \ˈsəm-ˌhwer, -ˌwer\

Definition of SOMEWHERE for Kids

1
:  in, at, or to a place not known or named <The boy ran off somewhere.>
2
:  rather close to <They arrived somewhere around two o'clock.>

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