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here British & World English

In, at, or to this place or position

here English Thesaurus

they have lived here most of their lives

here goes British & World English

Said to indicate that one is about to start something difficult or exciting

same here British & World English

The same applies to me

see here! British & World English

Said to emphasize a statement or command or to express a protest

here and now British & World English

At the present time

here we are British & World English

Said on arrival at one’s destination

here we go again British & World English

Said to indicate that the same events, typically undesirable ones, are recurring

be here to stay British & World English

Be permanent or widely accepted

what brings you here? British & World English

For what reason have you come here?

the buck stops here British & World English

The responsibility for something cannot or should not be passed to someone else

here's to someone/thing British & World English

Used to wish health or success before drinking

here today, gone tomorrow British & World English

Soon over or forgotten; short-lived

neither here nor there British & World English

Of no importance or relevance

have had it up to here British & World English

Have no patience left to tolerate something or someone

here's mud in your eye! British & World English

Expressing good wishes before drinking

here goes in here British & World English

Said to indicate that one is about to start something difficult or exciting

same here in same British & World English

The same applies to me

see here! in see1 British & World English

Said to emphasize a statement or command or to express a protest

the thing in thing British & World English

Used to introduce or emphasize an important point

here we are in here British & World English

Said on arrival at one’s destination

look here! in look British & World English

Used to call attention to what one is going to say

here's to someone/thing in here British & World English

Used to wish health or success before drinking

get out of here in get British & World English

Used to express disbelief

here we go again in here British & World English

Said to indicate that the same events, typically undesirable ones, are recurring

be here to stay in stay1 British & World English

Be permanent or widely accepted

what brings you here? in bring British & World English

For what reason have you come here?

the buck stops here in buck3 British & World English

The responsibility for something cannot or should not be passed to someone else

here today, gone tomorrow in here British & World English

Soon over or forgotten; short-lived

here and now in here English Thesaurus

I wanted to be popular here and now

have had it up to here in have British & World English

Have no patience left to tolerate something or someone

here's mud in your eye! in mud British & World English

Expressing good wishes before drinking

here and there in here English Thesaurus

a landscape of ferns with clumps of heather here and there

the buck stops here or with someone in buck3 British & World English

The responsibility for something cannot or should not be passed to someone else

neither here nor there in neither English Thesaurus

whether it suits the general public well-being is neither here nor there