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nowhere

adverb
 
 
/ˈnəʊweər/
B1 not anywhere: The room was very crowded - there was nowhere to sit. We had nowhere else to go. Nowhere was the lack of skilled workers more apparent than in the engineering section.Somewhere, anywhere, nowhere, or everywhere
out of nowhere B2 If someone or something appears out of nowhere, they appear suddenly or unexpectedly: The car came out of nowhere and we had to swerve to miss it.Not expected or planned
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