Definition Something

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Definition

something: an undefined object or situation
noun
Do you have something to say? Is there anything you want to tell us?

(she has the flu) or something: (she has the flu) or some other thing like that
idiom

Examples

  • "Bruno was acting funny, giving me subtle hints that he might be hiding something."
  • "Can we stop and get a crêpe or something?"
  • "Susie : I had the feeling that Bruno was trying to tell me something, but I couldn't quite put my finger on it."
  • "And I've realized that you're a moron even when you're trying to do something intelligent."
  • "I have everything from Abba to ZZ Top- something to suit every taste and budget!"
  • "There was something wrong with Bruno in Paris, and in Kalackistan."
  • "Susie : How did I know that there was something strange happening with Bruno?"
  • "Philip : I agree, let's go eat something."
  • "Susie : I've already got something prepared."
  • "Susie : Then he said something even more bizarre."

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