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Translation of "here" - English-Spanish dictionary

here

adverb   /hɪər/
A1 in the place where you are aquí Does Lily live near here? Come here!
A1 used when saying who you are on the phone soy… Hello, Jim here.
at this point in a discussion or piece of writing ahora, aquí I don’t have time to examine the issue here.
here you are
A2 used when you are giving someone something aquí tienes ‘Please pass me the bread.’ ‘Here you are.’
here you are, here it is, etc.
A2 used when you see someone or something you have been looking for or waiting for aquí estás, está, etc. Here’s our bus. I can’t find my keys – oh, here they are.
here and there
in many different places por aquí y por allá Weeds were growing here and there in the garden.
(Definition of here from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

here

adverb /hiə/
(at, in or to) this place aquí; ahí He’s here Come here! He lives not far from here Here they come Here is / Here’s your lost book.
at this time; at this point in an argument entonces; llegado a ese punto; en este punto (no estoy de acuerdo…) Here she stopped speaking to wipe her eyes Here is where I disagree with you.
beside one aquí presente My colleague here will deal with the matter.
hereabout adverb ( hereabouts)
near this place por aquí (cerca) He lives somewhere hereabouts.
hereafter adverb
in legal language, after this; from now on de aquí en adelante, a partir de ahora This concerns the will of John Anderson, hereafter referred to as ’the deceased’.
the hereafter noun
the next world; life after death el más allá She claims to be able to communicate with spirits from the hereafter.
hereby adverb
in legal language, now, by means of (eg this statement) por la presente I hereby declare that the new scence building is offcially open.
herein adverb
in legal language, in this (letter etc) incluido, anexo, en ésta (carta) Please complete the form enclosed herein.
herewith adverb
with this (letter etc) adjunto, con esto I am returning your passport herewith.
here and there
in, or to, various places aquí y allá Books were scattered here and there.
here goes
I’m going to do something no matter what the consequences are vamos allá; que sea lo que Dios quiera I’ve never tried diving before, but here goes!
here’s to interjection
used as a toast to the health, success etc of someone or something a la salud de Here’s to the success of the new company.
here, there and everywhere
in, or to, a larger number of places; in all directions por todas partes; en todas partes People were running around here, there and everywhere.
here you are
here is what you want etc aquí está Here you are. This is the book you were looking for.
neither here nor there
not important; not relevant no venir al caso His opinion is neither here nor there.
(Definition of here from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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