quelque-chose

[ kel-kuh-shohz ]
/ ˌkɛl kəˈʃoʊz /

noun

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Origin of quelque-chose

<French: something

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Example sentences from the Web for quelque-chose

  • D'autre part, l'emploi de l'assonnance a quelque-chose de rtrograde qui froisse les vrais dmocrates.

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British Dictionary definitions for quelque-chose

quelquechose
/ (ˈkɛlkəˈʃəʊz) /

noun

an insignificant thing; mere trifle

Word Origin for quelquechose

French, literally: something
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