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there US English

In, at, or to that place or position

there is/are in there US English

Used to indicate the fact or existence of something

there's US English

There is

all there US English

In full possession of one’s mental faculties

so there US English

Used to express one’s defiance or awareness that someone will not like what one has decided or is saying

there goes —— US English

Used to express the destruction or failure of something

get in there US English

Take positive action to achieve one’s aim (often said as an exhortation)

put it there US English

Used to indicate that the speaker wishes to shake hands with someone in agreement or congratulation

be there for US English

Be available to provide support or comfort for (someone)

there it is US English

That is the situation

who goes there? US English

Said by a sentry as a challenge

here and there US English

In various places

then and there US English

Immediately

not all there US English

(Of a person) not fully alert and functioning

there and then US English

Immediately

there you are US English

This is what you wanted

there's —— for you US English

Used ironically to indicate a particularly poor example of (a quality mentioned)

there is no saying US English

It is impossible to know

there or thereabouts US English

In or very near a particular place or position

there you go again US English

Used to criticize someone for behaving in a way that is typical of them

there you have it US English

Used to emphasize or draw attention to a particular fact

there is no knowing US English

No one can tell

there is no telling US English

Used to convey the impossibility of knowing what has happened or will happen

been there, done that US English

Used to express past experience of or familiarity with something, especially something now regarded as boring or unwelcome

there wasn't a dry eye US English

(With reference to a play, film, or similar event) everyone in the audience was moved to tears

neither here nor there US English

Of no importance or relevance

there is nothing to it US English

There is no difficulty involved

have been there before US English

Know all about a situation from experience

hang in US English

Remain persistent and determined in difficult circumstances

where there's smoke there's fire US English

There’s always some reason for a rumor

there will be hell to pay US English

Serious trouble will occur as a result of a previous action

there is no help for it US English

There is no way of avoiding or remedying a situation

there's honor among thieves US English

Dishonest people may have certain standards of behavior that they will respect

there's no law against it US English

Used in spoken English to assert that one is doing nothing wrong, especially in response to an actual or implied criticism

there's safety in numbers US English

Being in a group of people makes you feel more confident or secure about taking action

there is something in/to —— US English

—— is worth considering; there is some truth in ——

all there in all US English

In full possession of one’s mental faculties

so there in there US English

Used to express one’s defiance or awareness that someone will not like what one has decided or is saying


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