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there

adverb /ðeə, ðə/
(at, in, or to) that place
allí
He lives there Don’t go there.
used to introduce sentences in which a state, fact etc is being announced
haber (‘‘hay’’ en presente)
There has been an accident at the factory There seems to be something wrong I don’t want there to be any mistakes in this.
at that time; at that point in a speech, argument etc
en eso, en esa cuestión; en ese punto
There I cannot agree with you Don’t stop there – tell me what happened next!
(with the subject of the sentence following the verb except when it is a pronoun) used at the beginning of a sentence, usually with be or go, to draw attention to, or point out, someone or something
ahí
There she goes now! There it is!
( placed immediately after noun) used for emphasis or to point out someone or something
(de) ahí
That book there is the one you need.
thereabouts adverb ( thereabout) approximately in that place, of that number, at that time etc
por ahí (cerca), más o menos
a hundred or thereabouts at three o’clock or thereabouts.
therefore /ˈðeəfoː/ adverb for that reason
por eso; por consiguiente
He worked hard, and therefore he was able to save money.
(Definition of there from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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