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everywhere  

1       adv   You use everywhere to refer to a whole area or to all the places in a particular area.  
n ADV, ADV after v, be ADV, oft from ADV, ADV cl/group  
Working people everywhere object to paying taxes..., We went everywhere together..., Dust is everywhere..., People come here from everywhere to see these lights.     
2       adv   You use everywhere to refer to all the places that someone goes to.  
ADV after v, oft ADV cl/prep  
Bradley is still accustomed to travelling everywhere in style..., Everywhere he went he was introduced as the current United States Open Champion.     
3       adv   You use everywhere to emphasize that you are talking about a large number of places, or all possible places.  
ADV after v, be ADV, ADV with cl     (emphasis)    I saw her picture everywhere..., I looked everywhere. I couldn't find him.     
4       adv   If you say that someone or something is everywhere, you mean that they are present in a place in very large numbers.  
be ADV, ADV after v  
There were cartons of cigarettes everywhere...     
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everywhere  

  
all around, all over, far and wide or near, high and low, in each place, in every nook and cranny, in every place, omnipresent, the world over, to or in all places, ubiquitous, ubiquitously  

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every other, every, ever, everyone

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a strategy video game originary from Japan, published by Nintendo. Now it is very popular everywhere around the world.
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