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English definition of “from/out of nowhere”

from/out of nowhere

B2 very suddenly and unexpectedly: She said her attacker seemed to come out of nowhere.figurative The team has come from nowhere (= from a very bad position) to win football's biggest prize.Not expected or planned Grammar:No one, nobody, nothing, nowhereNo one, nobody, nothing and nowhere are indefinite pronouns.See more
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