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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 around here that's supposed to be good.
I had to find somewhere to sit down.
Let's go somewhere nice for dinner.
Dan's working for a company in Denmark or Norway or somewhere.
If we don't provide a good service, customers will go somewhere else.
This is the British English definition of somewhere. View American English definition of somewhere.
dirty and sometimes untidy or smelling bad
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