- 1In, at, or to this place or position: they have lived here most of their lives we leave here today [after preposition]: I’m getting out of hereMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I notice you have a little bit of a close community going on here where you live.
- At the moment, there are some other women living here who are near her age to keep her company.
- Beveridge once lived near here, where he would have seen all the ills he listed.
- 1.1Used when gesturing to indicate the place intended: sign hereMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Go here to sign up for day by day emails that will give you ways to feel better about the world.
- I have here an exam from the Basic 1401 Programming course.
- I have here a very old letter, written to a Mrs. Bixby in Boston.
- 1.2Used to draw attention to someone or something that has just arrived: here’s my brotherMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Close on the heels of the costliest ad ever made in India here comes an encore from the Siyaram stable.
- Finally, here comes a film that is a joy, sheer joy, from the first frame, almost to the last.
- This was no longer the myth of ‘here comes the person to rob the bank’.
- 1.3 [with infinitive] Used to indicate one’s role in a particular situation: I’m here to help youMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I'm here to win a championship, and it's a great plus to be with coach Mike Martz.
- I know why you're here. You're here to revel in rock bottom for the Notre Dame football team.
- Im from the Government. Im here to help.
- 1.4Used to refer to existence in the world in general: what are we all doing here?Más ejemplos en oraciones
- An infinitely happy life is not a life without difficulties here in our finite existence.
- What is life really about? Why are we here? How did life begin? Was it really random? Or was there a purpose behind it?
- You cannot answer that question simply by asking why does God allow sin, without asking why are we here - what is our mission in life, why did God put us here in the first place.
- 2 (usually here is/are) Used when introducing something or someone: here’s a dish that is quick to makeMás ejemplos en oraciones
- There is a strong possibility that you may have heard this story before but here is how it goes anyway.
- Our thanks to Ernie Evans for this story and here is a picture of his grandfather with a new Skippy!
- To make a long story short, here is the history of the royalty payments on that song.
- 2.1Used when giving something to someone: here’s the money I promised youMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Here is the money I saved. Please hand it to the American sailors injured.
- And here is your lanyard, I replied, which I made with a little help from a counselor.
- Here's some furniture for you - just needs some lovin'.
- 3Used when indicating a time, point, or situation that has arrived or is happening: here is your opportunity here we encounter the main problemMás ejemplos en oraciones
- It looks like this is becoming a real trend and it finally feels like summer is here.
- But when I read things like this, it becomes clear that the time when that can happen is not yet here.
- Summer days are here again, and the winter woollies have finally been put in mothballs.
exclamaciónVolver al principio
- 1Used to attract someone’s attention: here, let me hold itMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Here, hold this in your hand, right here, young fella, just like this.
- Here, have a piece of my heart.
- Here, have some laundry detergent!
- 2Indicating one’s presence in a roll-call.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Then his face got all twisted up, and before he even uttered another word, I shouted here, and went to get my paper.
- My count is now at 60 (counting the women who said ‘here’ and the women who've posted a new message since then).
- The teacher would call out your name and you would then respond by saying, ‘Here.’
here and now
- At the present time: we’re going to settle this here and now [as noun]: our obsession with the here and nowMás ejemplos en oraciones
- His intention in doing the exercise was to become more present in the here and now, more active and energised and alive.
- It is a preoccupation, keeping the individual from being totally present, in the here and now.
- Most of us have no idea how to be present, just here and now, without thinking of the past or planning the future.
here and there
- In various places: small bushes scattered here and thereMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The sky is clear and blue, with a few odd clouds scattered here and there for effect.
- All you need is a general anaesthetic and you get cut up and pumped up with silicone here and there.
- Many individuals have put a family tree together and have come across a gap here and there.
- Said to indicate that one is about to start something difficult or exciting.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Things like this can be difficult to understand or explain, but here goes.
- Yet, I hesitate to tell you the main plot because you'll think this exciting novel dull, but here goes.
- I'm not one to hide how astoundingly stupid I can be, so here goes.
here's to someone/thing
- Used to wish health or success before drinking: here’s to us!Más ejemplos en oraciones
- We wish Jimmy and Jan many more years of health and happiness and here's to the fortieth, folks.
- Whether you're on your way to work or working your way elsewhere, here's to your health, the smoothie way.
- Good luck with your hunt for profit in pairs trading, and here's to your success in the markets.
here today, gone tomorrow
- Soon over or forgotten; short-lived.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Look, I'm a fickle dame, here today, gone tomorrow.
- I think we've moved beyond the idea that the Claymores are here today, gone tomorrow.
- Recollecting all the bygone events I enjoyed with my father while he was alive, I feel again man's life is short, transitory and empty at the end - here today, gone tomorrow.
here we are
- Said on arrival at one’s destination.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- But here we are, through to the FA Cup quarter-finals and we've got a home draw for good measure.
- So here we are at another election and none of it is very inspiring.
- So here we are, surrounded by freshly plowed fields and yapping farm dogs in the distance.
here we go again
- Said to indicate that the same events, typically undesirable ones, are recurring.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- She wasn't drunk, they spiked her drinks and when we told the bouncers you could tell they were thinking here we go again, another one.
- After the moderator asked if you were certain you could get a bank loan whenever you wanted, Cairns thought, ‘Oh my God, here we go again,’ and took yet another step forward.
- Now, the problem is that when I first watched this show, I was thinking to myself, ‘Oh no, here we go again, another narcissistic reality show.’
neither here nor there
- Of no importance or relevance.Más ejemplos en oraciones
inconsequential, insignificant, unimportant, of little/no importance, of little/no consequence, of little/no account, of no moment, incidental, inessential, non-essential, immaterial, irrelevant; negligible, inappreciable, inconsiderable, slight, minor, trivial, trifling, petty, paltry, nugatory, not worth mentioning, not worth bothering about, not worth speaking of, insubstantial, silly, lightweight
- Viewed in this light, the fact that the parties to Acton stipulated that the bargain should be confidential is neither here nor there as to its relevance.
- The fact that if that's their best argument, they don't really have one is neither here nor there in the long run; the end result is that it helps their cause.
- The fact is these players have fallen afoul of the system; which club they play for is neither here nor there.
Old English hēr, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch and German hier, also to he.