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Everywhere and anywhere


adverb, conjunction, pronoun

used for talking about a very large area such as a region, a country, or the whole world


adverb, pronoun

used when you are not referring to one particular place, because what you are saying applies to every place



used for referring to a place when you do not know or say exactly where


adverb, conjunction

everywhere or anywhere where someone does something or where a particular situation exists



covering the surface of something completely



affecting all of something



in or to another place or other places

the length and breadth of something

in every part of a large area

all over the place

in or to many different places

here, there, and everywhere

in or to many different places

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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