Idiom: in the vicinity of
Idiom: in the vicinity of (something)
- an approximate amount
- To purchase the home, you’ll need in the vicinity of $50,000 cash as a down payment.
- It’ll take in the vicinity of five hours to drive to my aunt's house if there's no traffic.
- The police captain spoke in the vicinity of two minutes about the investigation so we got very few answers.
- We have in the vicinity of 15 reams of paper left so we need to put in a rush order for office supplies.
- I think there were in the vicinity of 100 people protesting in front of the governor's mansion this morning.
- The Weather Channel estimated we'll get in the vicinity of seven or eight inches of snow overnight.
- We'll be in the vicinity of the city soon so I estimate we will arrive around 7:30 p.m.
- Complaints dropped significantly—in the vicinity of 60% fewer complaints—after we retrained our sales associates.
- close to
- more or less
- give or take
- in the neighborhood of
- in the ballpark
- roughly speaking
- upwards of
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