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adverb uk   us   /ˈsʌm.haʊ/
B1 (US informal also someway) in a way or by some means that is not known or not stated: It won't be easy, but we'll get across the river somehow. I'm not sure how, but somehow or other we'll raise the money.B2 for a reason that is not clear: I know what we're doing is legal, but somehow it doesn't feel right.
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