something/anything/what happens to somebody/something
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomething/anything/what happens to somebody/somethingsomething/anything/what happens to somebody/somethingif something happens to someone or something, they are affected by an eventHe should be here by now – something must have happened to him.The same thing happened to me last year.What’s happened to your coat? It’s all ripped. →happen
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something/anything/what happens to somebody/something• Suppose Holt's 6-year-old does opt out of school? What happens to her then?• If anything happens to me, just bury me at WoundedKnee.• We thought of having a party on that day to watchwhat happens to one another.• Actually, no matterwhat happens to the business cycle, people will continue to eat and to get sick.• The power is cut! What happens to the cake?• Tell the students to hold the jars and look at the items through them. What happens to the items?• Do all the fishdie and what happens to the occupants of metal-hulled boats?• What are the determinants of supply? What happens to the supply curve when each of these determinants changes?