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NAmE//ˈnoʊwɛr//(also no place)
to make no progress or have no success; to allow someone to do this We discussed it all morning but got nowhere. Talking to him will get you nowhere.
get/go nowhere, get somebody nowherejump to other results
to have no successful result for someone This discussion is leading us nowhere.
lead (somebody) nowherejump to other results
a place that is a long way from other buildings, towns, etc. She lives on a small farm in the middle of nowhere.
the middle of nowhere (informal)jump to other results
far from; not at all The job doesn't pay anywhere near enough for me.
not anywhere near/nowhere nearjump to other results
impossible for anyone to find or see The children were nowhere to be seen. A peace settlement is nowhere in sight (= is not likely in the near future).
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