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or something (like that)

Or else something similar to or like what has just been said. (Used to express that what's been said is just a possible example, or else the speaker is not exactly sure of it.) A: "What do you want to do this evening?" B: "We could go out for dinner or something, if you like." I'm not sure what John's husband does for a living; I think he's a writer or something like that.
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or something

(informal) or another similar thing: Would you like some coffee or something?Why won’t you tell her? Are you frightened of her or something?Let’s go for a walk or something.
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I try to help them out with whatever I can, give them advice: "Just go ahead and at least try to fakie to tail or something before you drop in."
You mean, just sort of angry and sulky or something? No.
I had mentioned it to this friend of mine, who has a studio upstairs, and he said: Well, why don't you put some in boxes, or something like that, you know?