I must have left my glasses somewhere.b) To an uncertain or unspecified location.
Ive hidden some candies somewhere.
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Somewhere — may refer to:* Somewhere (album), an album by Eva Cassidy * Somewhere (film), a film by Ben Thomas * Somewhere (artist collective), the UK based creative organisation * Somewhere (Shanice song) * Somewhere (song), a song from the musical West… … Wikipedia
Somewhere — 200px Título Un rincón en el corazón Ficha técnica Dirección Sofia Coppola Fred Roos Francis Ford Coppola Roman Coppola … Wikipedia Español
Somewhere — Données clés Titre original Somewhere Réalisation Sofia Coppola Sociétés de production American Zoetrope Pays d’origine … Wikipédia en Français
somewhere — ► ADVERB 1) in or to an unspecified or unknown place. 2) used to indicate an approximate amount. ► PRONOUN ▪ some unspecified place. ● get somewhere Cf. ↑get somewhere … English terms dictionary
somewhere — [sum′hwer΄, sum′wer΄] adv. 1. in, to, or at some place not known or specified [lives somewhere nearby] 2. at some time, degree, age, figure, etc. (with about, around, near, in, between, etc.) [somewhere about ten o clock] n. an unspecified or… … English World dictionary
Somewhere — Some where , adv. In some place unknown or not specified; in one place or another. Somewhere nigh at hand. Milton. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
somewhere — [adv] in, or at some place about, any old place, around, around somewhere, elsewhere, here and there, in one place or another, kicking around*, parts unknown*, scattered, someplace, someplace or another, someplace or other, somewheres; concept… … New thesaurus
somewhere — c.1200, from SOME (Cf. some) + WHERE (Cf. where) … Etymology dictionary
somewhere — some|where [ sʌmwer ] adverb *** 1. ) used for referring to a place when you do not know or say exactly where: I think I ve seen you before somewhere. I ve lost my watch, but it must be somewhere in the house. There s a restaurant somewhere… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
somewhere — [[t]sʌ̱m(h)weə(r)[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADV INDEF: ADV after v, ADV with be, oft ADV cl/group, from ADV You use somewhere to refer to a place without saying exactly where you mean. I ve got a feeling I ve seen him before somewhere... I m not going home yet … English dictionary
somewhere */*/*/ — UK [ˈsʌmweə(r)] / US [ˈsʌmwer] adverb 1) used for referring to a place when you do not know or say exactly where I think I ve seen you before somewhere. I ve lost my watch, but it must be somewhere in the house. There s a restaurant somewhere… … English dictionary