Definitions of there

  1. in that matter; "I agree with you there" Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
  2. a location other than here; that place; "you can take it from there" Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
  3. to or toward that place; away from the speaker; "go there around noon!" Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
  4. in or at that place; "they have lived there for years"; "it's not there"; "that man [who is] there" Wordnet Dictionary DB
  5. In or at that place. The Concise Standard Dictionary of the English Language. By James Champlin Fernald. Published 1919.
  6. In that matter, relation, etc.; at that point, stage, etc., regarded as a distinct place; as, he did not stop there, but continued his speech. Webster Dictionary DB
  7. To or into that place; thither. Webster Dictionary DB
  8. In that place; at that point or stage; in that matter or relation, etc. The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
  9. In that place (opposed to HERE): it is used to begin sentences when the subject comes after the verb. -THEREABOUT or –ABOUTS’, adv. about or near that place: near that number, quantity, or degree. The american dictionary of the english language. By Daniel Lyons. Published 1899.
  10. In that place. Is also used to begin sentences or clauses when the subject comes after the verb. The Clarendon dictionary. By William Hand Browne, Samuel Stehman Haldeman. Published 1894.
  11. To that place; thither. The Concise Standard Dictionary of the English Language. By James Champlin Fernald. Published 1919.
  12. At that stage. The Concise Standard Dictionary of the English Language. By James Champlin Fernald. Published 1919.
  13. In that place. Here and there, in one place and another. It is used to begin sentences, or before a verb. Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
  14. In that place; in the place most distant; opposed to here, in this place; a word used as a mere introductory particle at the beginning of a sentence, adding to the sentence a peculiar and idiomatic emphasis, which can hardly be explained: there serves to throw the nominative after the verb, as " a man was," "there was a man"; in composition, there has the force of that, as thereby, by that. Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
  15. th[=a]r, adv. in that place--opp. to Here, at that point--it is used to begin sentences when the subject comes after the verb.--interj. expressing certainty, alarm, &c., and in interjectional phrases equivalent to that, as 'There's a good boy.'--advs. THEREABOUT' or -ABOUTS', about or near that place: near that number, quantity, or degree; THEREAFT'ER, after or according to that; THERE'AMONG, among them; THERE'-ANENT' (Scot.), concerning that matter; THEREAT', at that place or occurrence: on that account; THERE'AWAY, from that place or direction, thence: in those parts, thereabout; THEREBY', by that means: in consequence of that; THEREFOR', for that, this, or it; THEREFORE (th[.e]r'fur), for that or this reason: consequently; THEREFROM', from that or this; THEREIN', in that or this place, time, or thing; THEREINAFT'ER, later in the same document; THEREIN'TO, into that place.--n. THERE'NESS, the property of having relative situation or existence.--advs. THEREOF', of that or this; THEREON', on that or this; THEREOUT', out of that or this: outside; THERETHROUGH', through that, by that means; THERETO', THEREUN'TO, to that or this; THERE'TOFORE, before that time; THEREUN'DER, under that; THEREUPON', upon or in consequence of that or this: immediately; THEREWITH', with that or this, thereupon; THERE'WITHAL, with that or this: at the same time, over and above. [A.S. ðær, ðer; conn. with the stem of the.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  16. In or at that place, as put it down t., what is that dog doing t.?, lived t. some years, have been t. before (slang), know all about it, all t. (slang), in one\'s senses, sane, t. it is-on the sofa, (calling attention) you t.!; at that point in argument, progress of affairs, situation, &c., as t. I agree with you, t. is (or comes in) the difficulty, you had (the advantage of) him t., t. it (the trouble) is, you see; HERE &t., neither HERE nor t.; to that place, as go t. every day, got t. in two minutes, get t. (slang), succeed; (merely expletive or introductory, usu. dher; preceding, or in interrog. or neg. or quasi-neg. sentence following, verb that normally precedes its subject, esp. be; in poet. or exclam. use subject may stand first) t. was a cart close by, t. was nothing t., t. was plenty to eat, what is t. for supper?, not a sound was t. to indicate their presence, seldom has t. been more fuss, t. fell a deep silence, a knight t. was, a nice mess t. is or seems to be!; t.\'s (=THAT\'s) a dear &c. (N.) that place, as was brought from t., lives somewhere near t., tide comes up to t., passed by t. Int. expr. confirmation, triumph, dismay, &c., as t.! what did I tell you?, or used to soothe child &c., as t., t., never mind. Thereabout (s), near that place, as ought to be somewhere thereabouts, near that number, quantity, &c., as two gallons or thereabouts; thereafter (archaic), after that, according to that rule &c.; thereanent (Scotch), about that matter; thereat (archaic), at that place, on that account, after that; thereby (or dhar bi), by that means, as result of that; therefor (archaic), for that object or purpose; therefore, for that reason, accordingly, consequently; therefrom (archaic), from that or it; therein (archaic), in that place, in that respect; thereinafter, -before, later, earlier, in same document &c.; thereinto (archaic), into that place; thereof (archaic), of that or it; thereon (archaic), on that or it (of motion& position); thereout (archaic), out of that, from that source; therethrough (archaic), through that; thereto (archaic), to that or it, in addition, to boot; thereunto (archaic), to that or it; thereupon, in consequence of that, soon or immediately after that, (archaic) upon that (of motion or position); therewith (archaic), with that, thereupon; therewithal, in addition, besides. [old English] Concise Oxford Dictionary
  17. (transf.) about that amount, time, &c. (\'Was it two years ago?\' \'T. o. t.\'; will come to £100, t. o. t.); thereby (& t.-b. hangs a tale, in which connexion there is something to be told, see As You Like It, II. vii. 28). Concise Oxford Dictionary
  18. adv. [Anglo-Saxon, Icelandic, Gothic] In that place; further off, as opposed to here ;-to that place-used as an exclamation or direction ;-in composition, that. There is used to begin sentences, or before a verb, without adding essentially to the meaning. Cabinet Dictionary

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