Meaning of “here” - Learner’s Dictionary

here

adverb uk us /hɪər/
IN THIS PLACE

A1 in the place where you are:

Does Jane live near here?
Come here!
How long have you been here?
GETTING ATTENTION

used to bring someone's attention to someone or something:

Look, here's our bus.
Here, put this on.
here you are/ here he is, etc

A2 used when you see someone or something you have been looking for or waiting for:

Here she is at last.
Here we are, this is the place.
GIVING

A2 used when you are giving someone something:

Here's a present for you.
Here you are.

A2 used when you are giving someone something:

"Have you got the paper?" "Here you are."
AT THIS POINT

B2 at this point in a discussion:

I don't have time here to go into all the arguments.
ON THE TELEPHONE

A1 used when saying who you are on the telephone:

Hello, it's Tim here.
here and there

B2 in several different places but without any pattern:

Tall trees were growing here and there.

(Definition of “here” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)