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else·where

 (ĕls′wâr′, -hwâr′)
adv.
In or to a different or another place: has property at the shore and elsewhere.

elsewhere

(ˌɛlsˈwɛə)
adv
in or to another place; somewhere else
[Old English elles hwǣr; see else, where]

else•where

(ˈɛlsˌʰwɛər, -ˌwɛər)

adv.
somewhere else; in or to some other place: You will have to look elsewhere for an answer.
[before 900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.elsewhere - in or to another place; "he went elsewhere"; "look elsewhere for the answer"

elsewhere

adverb in or to another place, away, abroad, hence (archaic), somewhere else, not here, in other places, in or to a different place Almost 80% of the state's residents were born elsewhere.
Translations
في مَكَانٍ آخَرفي مَكانٍ آخَر، إلى مَكانٍ آخَر
jindejinam
andetstedset andet sted
muuallamuualletoisaallatoisaalle
drugdje
másholmáshovámásutt
annars staîar; á annan staî
どこかよそで
다른 곳에
alibi
drugje
någon annanstans
ที่อื่น
başka bir yerbaşka yer e
ở nơi khác

elsewhere

[ˈelsˈwɛəʳ] ADV [be] → en otra parte, en otro sitio; [go, send] → a otra parte, a otro sitio
the document must be elsewhereel documento debe estar en otra parte or en otro sitio
her thoughts were elsewheretenía la cabeza en otra parte
conditions are worse elsewhere in the countrylas condiciones son peores en otros lugares or en otras partes del país
we had to look elsewhere for entertainmenttuvimos que buscar diversión en otra parte

elsewhere

[ˌɛlsˈhwɛər] advailleurs, autre part
to go elsewhere (to another shop etc)aller ailleurs

elsewhere

advwoanders, anderswo (inf); to go elsewherewoandershin gehen; her thoughts were elsewheresie war mit ihren Gedanken woanders

elsewhere

[ˈɛlsˈwɛəʳ] advaltrove
these flowers cannot be found elsewhere → questi fiori non si trovano da nessun'altra parte

else

(els) adjective, adverb
besides; other than that already mentioned. What else can I do? Can we go anywhere else?; He took someone else's pencil.
ˌelseˈwhere adverb
in, or to, another place; somewhere or anywhere else. You must look elsewhere if you want a less tiring job.
or else
otherwise. He must have missed the train – or else he's ill.

elsewhere

في مَكَانٍ آخَر jinde andetsteds woanders αλλού a/en otro sitio, en otro sitio muualla ailleurs drugdje altrove どこかよそで 다른 곳에 elders et annet sted gdzie indziej em outro lugar, noutro lugar в другом месте någon annanstans ที่อื่น başka bir yer ở nơi khác 在别处
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He bore it very patiently for six months, and when no signs of amendment appeared, he did what other paternal exiles do--tried to get a little comfort elsewhere.
Either they had fled at the approaching doom of the city and were buried elsewhere, or some strange fire or other force of nature had consumed and obliterated them.
It was evident the mind of the great man was elsewhere.
Elsewhere the house was filled with ornaments and decorations that in their incongruity forcibly recalled the gilded plate-glass mirrors of the bedroom in the old cabin.
The room itself is cobwebbed, and dingy with old paint; its floor is strewn with grey sand, in a fashion that has elsewhere fallen into long disuse; and it is easy to conclude, from the general slovenliness of the place, that this is a sanctuary into which womankind, with her tools of magic, the broom and mop, has very infrequent access.
Elsewhere match that bloom of theirs, ye cannot, save in Salem, where they tell me the young girls breathe such musk, their sailor sweethearts smell them miles off shore, as though they were drawing nigh the odorous Moluccas instead of the Puritanic sands.
The roof is about twelve feet high, and runs to a pretty sharp angle, as if there were a regular ridge-pole there; while these ribbed, arched, hairy sides, present us with those wondrous, half vertical, scimetar-shaped slats of whale-bone, say three hundred on a side, which depending from the upper part of the head or crown bone, form those Venetian blinds which have elsewhere been cursorily mentioned.
He had gone elsewhere, she told Jurgis--he was afraid to stay there now, on account of the police.
Her large, thoughtful eyes rested on them, but it was plain her thoughts were elsewhere.
I hear of a convention to be held at Baltimore, or elsewhere, for the selection of a candidate for the Presidency, made up chiefly of editors, and men who are politicians by profession; but I think, what is it to any independent, intelligent, and respectable man what decision they may come to?
Immediately after, the civilian multitude in the rear will retire, to meet business engagements elsewhere.
She passed many a snag whose "break" could have told her a thing to break her heart, for it showed a current moving in the same direction that the boat was going; but her thoughts were elsewhere, and she did not notice.