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there

adverb
 
 
/ðeər/
PLACE A1 in or at a particular place
orada
We live in York because my wife works there. I went to the party but I didn't know anyone there. We'll never get there (= arrive) in time!PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
DIRECTION A1 used when you are pointing or looking at something in order to make someone look in the same direction
bak orada, orada, burada
Put them in that box there. Your bag's over there by the door.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
AVAILABLE present or available
var, mevcut, elde, hazır
They were all there - Mark, Jill, and the three kids. That money is there for you if you need it.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
POINT B2 at a particular point in a process or activity
bir işlemin/eylemin belli bir yerinde/noktasında
Do you want to play another game or do you want to stop there? Keep on trying - you'll get there (= succeed) in the end.Points in time
there and then If you do something there and then, you do it immediately.
hemen, anında, derhal, hemen oracıkta
I showed James the ring I liked and he bought it there and then.Immediately
There you are/go. A2 used when you are giving something to someone
İşte!', 'Buyrun!', 'Buyrun alın!', 'İşte, buyrun!'
Do you want a tissue? There you are.Giving, providing and supplying
used to emphasize that you were right
Al işte, ben demiştim!', 'Ben dememiş miydim!', 'İşte gördün mü!'
There you go - I told you you'd win!Intensifying expressions
(Definition of there adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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