Definition of elsewhere in English:

elsewhere

Pronunciation /ɛlsˈwɛː//ˈɛlswɛː/

adverb

  • In, at, or to some other place or other places.

    ‘he is seeking employment elsewhere’
    • ‘He said that builders could not afford to waste time queuing in traffic jams and began to go elsewhere.’
    • ‘So perhaps the thing to do is to look elsewhere and simply expand the squad.’
    • ‘It was stated that civilians were used elsewhere and why should he be any different.’
    • ‘Two other bikes were stored elsewhere and he also runs a repair service and sells accessories.’
    • ‘He, more than anyone, appreciated the irony of what was going on elsewhere last week.’
    • ‘Traders fear customers are shopping elsewhere because of a deluge of fast food outlets.’
    • ‘He said a letter sent out by the trust suggested he left because he had been offered a better deal elsewhere.’
    • ‘Traders fear the move will drive people away and force them to shop elsewhere.’
    • ‘The only tragedy is that this sort of joined up thinking is sadly lacking elsewhere in the UK.’
    • ‘Nobody seems to have any intention of leaving Goma, or trying to rebuild the town elsewhere.’
    • ‘That is a land speed you are unlikely ever to experience elsewhere, unless you have a go at drag racing.’
    • ‘We have seen a huge increase in the number of infections locally, as mirrored elsewhere.’
    • ‘Forced to dine elsewhere it is expected that many will be placed under financial pressure to pay up.’
    • ‘As our pay falls, staff are voting with their feet and going to work elsewhere.’
    • ‘If someone makes a decision to buy elsewhere the ability to produce disappears.’
    • ‘It all seems like a colossal waste of time and money which could be well spent elsewhere in the beef sector.’
    • ‘However Mr Buckley argued that birds could be injured elsewhere and end up in Basildon.’
    • ‘It should not be an option for us simply to abandon the region for the next year or two, and holiday elsewhere.’
    • ‘We ended up having to go elsewhere and really didn't enjoy the evening at all.’
    • ‘Going by these observations, there is very little the web does that has not been done elsewhere.’
    somewhere else, at another place, in another place, to another place, at a different place, in a different place, to a different place
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pronoun

  • Some other place.

    ‘all Hawaiian plants originally came from elsewhere’
    • ‘No probation staff elsewhere in the country have complained about the flags and emblems.’
    • ‘So we have to import our demons from elsewhere and adapt for home consumption.’
    • ‘We left feeling like second class diners and took our future custom elsewhere.’
    • ‘By the middle of next year both units should have moved into new premises elsewhere in the hospital.’
    • ‘People came from all over the country despite there being two other major races on elsewhere.’
    • ‘However, experience elsewhere has shown that this might not be as good a deal as it at first appears.’
    • ‘Women do so at a quarter of the rate of men, but still higher than elsewhere in Canada.’
    • ‘I find another harassed doctor to take the clinic but really she's meant to be elsewhere.’
    • ‘Twice, amid much sniping and cynicism from elsewhere, the city bid for the Olympics.’
    • ‘We can do it knowing that elsewhere in the UK, the challenges look even more daunting.’
    • ‘Police on Sir Matt Busby Way and elsewhere carried out the necessary security checks.’
    • ‘They also visited a number of areas in Greater Manchester as well as elsewhere in the country.’
    • ‘It also has extensive trading and liquified natural gas businesses elsewhere in the world.’
    • ‘They knew that West Papua would have to be ruled as a colony, by Indonesians from elsewhere.’

Origin

Old English elles hwǣr (see else, where).

Pronunciation

elsewhere

/ɛlsˈwɛː//ˈɛlswɛː/