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"everywhere" in British English

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everywhereadverb

uk   /ˈev.ri.weər/ us   /ˈev.ri.wer/ US informal also everyplace
A2 to, at, or in all places or the whole of a place: His children go everywhere with him. Everywhere looks so grey and depressing in winter. I looked everywhere for my keys. Reasonable people everywhere will be outraged by this atrocity. We had to stay in the sleaziest hotel in town because everywhere else (= all other places) was fully booked.

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everywhereadverb [not gradable]

us   /ˈev·riˌhwer, -ˌwer/ infml everyplace, /ˈev·riˌpleɪs/
in or to every place or part: There were stacks of newspapers everywhere in the apartment. We’ve got relatives in Florida, New Jersey, just about everywhere.
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Translations of “everywhere”
in Arabic في أَي مَكان…
in Korean 어디나…
in Portuguese em toda parte, em todo lugar…
in Catalan a tot arreu…
in Japanese いたる所を(で、に)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 各个地方,处处,各处…
in Turkish heryere/heryerde…
in Russian везде, всюду…
in Chinese (Traditional) 各個地方,處處,各處…
in Italian dovunque, da tutte le parti…
in Polish wszędzie…
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