English version

nowhere

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnowhereno‧where /ˈnəʊweə $ ˈnoʊwer/ ●●● S2 adverb  1 LOSE/CAN'T FINDPLACEnot in any place or to any placenowhere to go/live/sit etc I have no job and nowhere to live. Nowhere is drug abuse more of a problem than in the US.2 get/go nowhere3 be nowhere to be seen/found4 nowhere near5 out of/from nowhereGRAMMAR: NegativesDon’t use nowhere with another negative word such as ‘not’. Use anywhere. You say: You must not smoke anywhere in the building. Don’t say: You must not smoke nowhere in the building.
Examples from the Corpus
nowhereIt's laid waste to nowhere.Louis Cardinals out in Bloomington, and getting nowhere.The image will seem to magically appear on screen from nowhere.When the cold hit, there was nowhere for them to go.And that's the worst, not having a job, nowhere to go and nowhere to live.And we had nowhere to go if we had been found unworthy.There was no respite from them, nowhere to hide from them.Since 1988, the number of applications from people who say they have nowhere to live has soared from 160 to 629.Giant amphipods, the size of rats, appear out of nowhere to nibble on the remains.nowhere to go/live/sit etcDot waited and waited in the long brown corridor with nowhere to sit.Far more numerous are those with nothing to do, with nowhere to go.They did not move because there was nowhere to go.And that's the worst, not having a job, nowhere to go and nowhere to live.Since 1988, the number of applications from people who say they have nowhere to live has soared from 160 to 629.And we had nowhere to go if we had been found unworthy.We had nowhere to go, nothing to do, all our plans were suspended.