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thereabouts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthereaboutsthere‧a‧bouts /ˌðeərəˈbaʊts $ ˌðer-/ (also thereabout /-ˈbaʊt/) adverb  APPROXIMATELYnear a particular time, place, number etc, but not exactly These houses were built in 1930 or thereabouts.
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thereaboutsA series of connected events occurred in the tenth century or thereabouts.It looked like a 1950 model, thereabouts.Photograph albums, it turned out, could also cost £110, or thereabouts.Solvent based hard surface cleaners are always supplied in liquid form with industrial packs usually being 5 litres or thereabouts.The Cowboys will win 42-10, or thereabouts.All the land thereabouts, including the Great Coley Mansion, was once in the possession of the powerful Vachel family.or thereaboutsThe book will be published in May or thereabouts.The women were all 50 or thereabouts.They're old apartments, built in the 1930s or thereabouts.A series of connected events occurred in the tenth century or thereabouts.Photograph albums, it turned out, could also cost £110, or thereabouts.Solvent based hard surface cleaners are always supplied in liquid form with industrial packs usually being 5 litres or thereabouts.The Cowboys will win 42-10, or thereabouts.Direct Line Insurance is Britain's largest direct insurer and had been running at 100,000 new policies or thereabouts for three years.At two years old, or thereabouts, I was severely judgmental about receiving and bestowing pleasure.
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