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English-German translation for: [somewhere]
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Dictionary English German: [somewhere]

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English German
local {adj} [but somewhere else]
475
dortige
somewhen {adv} [some time] [rare, perceived as archaic or non-standard unless used as a stylistic device, esp. in combination with "somewhere" etc.]
104
irgendwann
Verbs
to settle [somewhere]
962
siedeln
to belong [somewhere]
412
hingehören [ugs.]
to go [to somewhere]
258
hingehen
to edge sth. [move gradually or furtively somewhere]
90
etw. bugsieren [ugs.] [an einen Ort]
to put sth. [somewhere]
12
etw. geben [österr.] [sonst regional] [an einen Platz stellen, legen]
to move sth. [push somewhere else]
11
etw. verrücken
to seat sb. [arrange for sb. to sit somewhere]
7
jdn. platzieren [einen Sitzplatz zuweisen]
Nouns
leaving [e.g. of sth. somewhere]
18
Belassen {n}
2 Words
to be cited [to appear somewhere]zitiert werden [vorgeladen werden]
film lit. theatre to be set [somewhere] [scene of film or play, novel, etc.][irgendwo] spielen [Film- oder Theaterszene, Roman etc.]
to bed down [to lie down somewhere in order to go to sleep]sich niederlegen [bes. bayer.] [österr.] [schlafen legen]
to bring sb. sth. back [when returning from somewhere]jdm. etw.Akk. mitbringen
to lead from sth. [somewhere]von etw. ausgehen [örtlich]
to pick sb. up [to meet in order to take somewhere]jdn. abholen [z. B. von der Schule]
to run off [somewhere]losrennen [loslaufen]
to see sb. somewhere [take sb. somewhere]jdn. irgendwohin bringen
to shunt sb. off [to somewhere]jdn. [irgendwohin] abschieben [ugs.]
to store sth. away [put somewhere]etw. unterbringen
3 Words
around the house {adv} [Am.] [somewhere in the house]irgendwo im Haus
4 Words
somewhere along the line {adv} [coll.] [somewhere]irgendwo
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