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therein

adverb uk   /ˌðeəˈrɪn/  us   /ˌðerˈɪn/ old-fashioned formal
in or into a particular place, thing, etc.: It is a thrilling tale of a haunted house and the ghosts therein.
Translations of “therein”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在那裡, 在其中, 在那點上…
in Russian там, в этом…
in Turkish orada, o yerde, onun içindeki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在那里, 在其中, 在那点上…
in Polish tam…
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