- In or at some other place.
- To some other place.
- (figuratively) Distracted; in a daydream, (of the mind) unable to interact with events in the here and now
- 1996, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Emmy, volume 18, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, page 38:
- But I get slightly crazy when I'm working on something. I zone out and get lost watching scenes play out in my head. That's why I won't have lunch with friends when I'm writing. My head is somewhere else and they naturally take it personally.
- 2013, John Bemrose, The Island Walkers: A Novel, p. 3:
- Hearing the laughter of his sons, Alf grinned. But he was somewhere else, thinking of the woman moving through the dim house behind him.
- (all): elsewhere, otherwhere, (US) someplace else
- (to some other place): elsewhither, somewhither else
in or at some other place
to some other place
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