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somewhere around/between etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomewhere around/between etcsomewhere around/between etcAPPROXIMATELYa little more or a little less than a particular number or amount, especially a large one syn approximately We have somewhere in the region of 500 firefighters in this area. somewhere
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somewhere in the region ofPrices vary enormously for group holidays but a typical price would be somewhere in the region of £25 per person per day.To judge by his observation so far, it was somewhere in the region of eighty-seven.I had an arrow right through my body from back to front somewhere in the region of my lower ribs.She herself was somewhere in the region of the ceiling, looking down.
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