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I could smell something burning.
Carl said something about an operation.
Whenever she sees something that she likes, she goes and buys it.
Her brother is something in advertising (=he has a job in advertising).
Be quiet – I have something important to tell you.
Jake looks pale – is there something wrong with him?
I'd love to quit my job and do something else with my life.
Would you like something to drink?
There's always something to do at the farm.
He's always complaining about something or other.
They say creating a work of art is something like giving birth.
The house looks something like a medieval fortress.
The look on Max's face was something between puzzlement and anger.
The building is going to be something like 12 storeys tall.
He's earning something between £20,000 and £25,000 a year.
An average house in the area costs something around £280,000.
She may not be the best worker, but she always tries hard, and that's something.
'I've only enough money for basic necessities.' 'Well, that's something.'
There was something about his face that reminded me of my uncle.
There's something about Christmas that makes everyone behave like children.
There was something rather strange about the way he talked.
the process of giving freedom and rights to someone