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Definition of or something in English:

informal Added as a reference to an unspecified alternative similar to the thing mentioned: you look like you just climbed a mountain or something
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  • I mean, being praised by him is like being force fed chocolate creams or something.
  • My message to the Pub owners is that it is now time to burn essential oils or something.
  • Man alive, somebody could write a blog or something about the train service around here.
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