or something (like that)

or something

Added as a tag to the end of a sentence to emphasize one's uncertainty about someone or something. I bet Tom could help us. His dad's a politician or a lawyer or something—someone with some influence, in any case! Is this a joke or something? Because it's not funny at all.
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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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