|1.||an unspecified or unknown thing; some thing: he knows something you don't; take something warm with you|
|2.||an unspecified or unknown amount; bit: something less than a hundred|
|3.||an impressive or important person, thing, or event: isn't that something?|
|4.||something else a remarkable person or thing|
|5.||something or other one unspecified thing or an alternative thing|
|6.||to some degree; a little; somewhat: to look something like me|
|7.||informal (foll by an adjective) (intensifier): it hurts something awful|
In addition to the idioms beginning with something, also see buy something; get (have) something on someone; get something straight; have something against; hold something against; hold (something) over; look like something the cat dragged in; make something of; not put something past one; on the ball, have something; (something) or other; pull something on; start something; take something; you know something?