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there British & World English

In, at, or to that place or position

there is/are in there British & World English

Used to indicate the fact or existence of something

all there in all British & World English

In full possession of one’s mental faculties

all there British & World English

In full possession of one’s mental faculties

so there in there British & World English

Used to express one’s defiance

so there British & World English

Used to express one’s defiance

there goes —— British & World English

Used to express the destruction or failure of something

get in there in get British & World English

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

get in there British & World English

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

put it there in put British & World English

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

put it there British & World English

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

there it is in there British & World English

That is the situation

there you are in there British & World English

This is what you wanted

be there for British & World English

Be available to provide support or comfort for (someone)

there it is British & World English

That is the situation

there goes —— in there British & World English

Used to express the destruction or failure of something

there you are British & World English

This is what you wanted

here and there British & World English

In various places

hang in in hang British & World English

Remain persistent and determined in difficult circumstances

who goes there? in go1 British & World English

Said by a sentry as a challenge

there's a thing in thing British & World English

Used as an expression of surprise

there's a thing British & World English

Used as an expression of surprise

be there for in there British & World English

Be available to provide support or comfort for (someone)

who goes there? British & World English

Said by a sentry as a challenge

there's —— for you British & World English

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

there is no saying in say British & World English

It is impossible to know

there is no saying British & World English

It is impossible to know

there or thereabouts in there British & World English

In or very near a particular place or position

there you go again in there British & World English

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

there you have it in there British & World English

Used to draw attention to a fact or to emphasize the simplicity of a process or action

there or thereabouts British & World English

In or very near a particular place or position

there you go again British & World English

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

there you have it British & World English

Used to draw attention to a fact or to emphasize the simplicity of a process or action

there's —— for you in for British & World English

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

there is no telling in tell1 British & World English

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

there is no telling British & World English

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

been there, done that in there British & World English

Used to express past experience of or overfamiliarity with something

been there, done that British & World English

Used to express past experience of or overfamiliarity with something

there is something in —— in something British & World English

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

there wasn't a dry eye in dry British & World English

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

there wasn't a dry eye British & World English

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


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