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somethingpronoun

uk   us   /ˈsʌm.θɪŋ/
A1 an object, situation, quality, or action that is not exactly known or stated: There's something sharp in my shoe. Something in the cupboard smells odd. We thought there was something wrong because we hadn't heard from you. There's something wrong with the engine - it's making strange noises. Something's happened to upset him but we don't know what it is. I heard something rather worrying at work this morning. Is there something you'd like to say? Don't just stand there, do something. There's just something odd about him. Note: Something is not usually used in negatives and questions. a thing for which you are grateful, especially because an unpleasant thing has also happened: We were given five hundred pounds in compensation which isn't much but at least it's something.
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en coreano 무언가, 어떤것…
en árabe شَيء ما…
en portugués algo, alguma coisa…
en catalán alguna cosa…
en japonés 何か, ある物(事)…
en italiano qualcosa…
en chino (tradicionál) 某物, 某事, 某個東西…
en ruso что-то, что-нибудь, кое-что…
en turco bir şey…
en chino (simplificado) 某物, 某事, 某个东西…
en polaco coś…
(Definition of something pronoun from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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