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not in any place or to any place
nowhere 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.
to have no success or make no progress
The proposal went nowhere in the Senate.
get nowhere with somebody/something
He was getting nowhere with the Bentley case.
get somebody nowhere
A negative attitude will get you nowhere.
I soon realized that being tough was
was not helping me achieve anything
be nowhere to be seen/found
be nowhere in sight
to not be in a place, or not be seen or found there
Typical - another street crime and the police are nowhere to be seen.
a long way from a particular place
He swore he was nowhere near her house on the night she died.
not at all
nowhere near ready/full/finished etc
The building's nowhere near finished.
nowhere near as
out of/from nowhere
happening or appearing suddenly and without warning
In the last few seconds, Gunnell came from nowhere to win another gold medal.
From out of nowhere he asks me to marry him!
Do not use another negative word (e.g. 'not') with
We had nowhere to go.
We didn't have anywhere to go.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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