Meaning of EVERYWHERE in English

EVERYWHERE

Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English.

1.

You use ~ to refer to a whole area or to all the places in a particular area.

Working people ~ object to paying taxes...

We went ~ together...

Dust is ~...

People come here from ~ to see these lights.

ADV: n ADV, ADV after v, be ADV, oft from ADV, ADV cl/group

2.

You use ~ to refer to all the places that someone goes to.

Bradley is still accustomed to travelling ~ in style...

Everywhere he went he was introduced as the current United States Open Champion.

ADV: ADV after v, oft ADV cl/prep

3.

You use ~ to emphasize that you are talking about a large number of places, or all possible places.

I saw her picture ~...

I looked ~. I couldn’t find him.

ADV: ADV after v, be ADV, ADV with cl emphasis

4.

If you say that someone or something is ~, you mean that they are present in a place in very large numbers.

There were cartons of cigarettes ~...

ADV: be ADV, ADV after v

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