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there

adverb [not gradable]  /ðeər/ us  

there adverb [not gradable] (PLACE)

in, at, or to that place: Put the chair there. The museum was closed today, so we’ll go there tomorrow.

there

pronoun  /ðeər/ us  

there pronoun (INTRODUCING A SENTENCE)

used to introduce sentences, esp. before the verbs be, seem, and appear: There’s someone on the phone for you. There will be plenty of time to pack tomorrow.
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