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Car prices in the U.K. are higher than elsewhere in Europe.
In 1998 the market closed down and traders moved elsewhere.
The question is discussed elsewhere in the book.
You'll have to go elsewhere to get that information.
The government is unlikely to help, so the money must come from elsewhere.
This is the American English definition of elsewhere. View British English definition of elsewhere.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony
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