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ADV-INDEF-NEG 任何地方都不;没有别的地方会 You use nowhere to emphasize that a place has more of a particular quality than any other places, or that it is the only place where something happens or exists.
Nowhere is language a more serious issue than in Hawaii...
This kind of forest exists nowhere else in the world...
ADV-INDEF-NEG 没有任何地方;无处 You use nowhere when making negative statements to say that a suitable place of the specified kind does not exist.
There was nowhere to hide and nowhere to run...
I have nowhere else to go, nowhere in the world...
ADV 没有踪影;找不到 You use nowhere to indicate that something or someone cannot be seen or found.
Michael glanced anxiously down the corridor, but Wilfred was nowhere to be seen...
The escaped prisoner was nowhere in sight...
ADV 在不重要的地方;在无趣之处 You can use nowhere to refer in a general way to small, unimportant, or uninteresting places.
...endless paths that led nowhere in particular.
...country roads that go from nowhere to nowhere.
ADV 突然(发生);一下子(冒出来) If you say that something or someone appears from nowhere or out of nowhere, you mean that they appear suddenly and unexpectedly.
A car came from nowhere, and I had to jump back into the hedge just in time...
Houses had sprung up out of nowhere on the hills.
ADV (文字、言谈或争论中)找不到出处地 You use nowhere to mean not in any part of a text, speech, or argument.
He nowhere offers concrete historical background to support his arguments...
Point taken, but nowhere did we suggest that this yacht's features were unique...
PHRASE 在遥远偏僻处 If you say that a place is in the middle of nowhere, you mean that it is a long way from other places.
At dusk we pitched camp in the middle of nowhere.
...a farmhouse in the middle of nowhere.
PHRASE (使)毫无结果;(使)一无进展 If you say that you are getting nowhere, or getting nowhere fast, or that something is getting you nowhere, you mean that you are not achieving anything or having any success.
My mind won't stop going round and round on the same subject and I seem to be getting nowhere...
'Getting nowhere fast,' pronounced Crosby, 'that's what we're doing.'...
PHRASE 远非;远不及 If you use nowhere near in front of a word or expression, you are emphasizing that the real situation is very different from, or has not yet reached, the state which that word or expression suggests.
He's nowhere near recovered yet from his experiences...
The chair he sat in was nowhere near as comfortable as the custom-designed one behind his desk.