1 in, at, or to that place, point, case, or respect
we never go there, I'm afraid I disagree with you there
2 used as a grammatical subject with some verbs, esp. be, when the true subject is an indefinite or mass noun phrase following the verb as complement
there is a girl in that office, there doesn't seem to be any water left
3 postpositive who or which is in that place or position
that boy there did it
all there predicative having his wits about him; of normal intelligence
so there an exclamation that usually follows a declaration of refusal or defiance
you can't have any more, so there!
there and then on the spot; immediately; instantly
there it is that is the state of affairs
a an expression used when handing a person something requested or desired
b an exclamation of triumph
there you are, I knew that would happen!
9 that place
near there, from there
10 an expression of sympathy, as in consoling a child
(Old English thær; related to Old Frisian ther, Old Saxon, Old High German thar, Old Norse, Gothic thar)
In correct usage, the verb should agree with the number of the subject in such constructions as there is a man waiting and there are several people waiting. However, where the subject is compound, it is common in speech to use the singular as in there's a police car and an ambulance outside
Diccionario de inglés definición
there is more room on the outside than on the inside
This expression means it is better to let one's emotions out, rather than bottled up inside. It is also often said when someone has gas.
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