Translation of here in French:

here

Pronunciation: /hɪə(r)/

adv

When here is used to indicate the location of an object, a point etc close to the speaker, it is generally translated by ici: come and sit here = viens t'asseoir ici.When the location is not so clearly defined, is the usual translation: he's not here at the moment = il n'est pas là pour l'instant. Voici is used to translate here is and here are when the speaker is drawing attention to an object, a place, a person etc physically close to him or her.For examples and particular usages, see the entry below.

  • 1 ici near here près d'ici come over here venez par ici here and there par endroits here they are/she comes! les/la voici! here are my keys voici mes clés here you are tiens, tenez
  • 2 (indicating presence, arrival) she's not here right now elle n'est pas là pour le moment here we are at last nous voilà enfin we get off here c'est là qu'on descend now that summer's here maintenant que c'est l'été here's our chance voilà notre chance

Idioms

here's to our success!

à notre succès!

here's to you!

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