been there, done that(informal) used to show that you think a place or an activity is not very interesting or impressive because you have already experienced itNot Spain again! Been there, done that, got the T-shirt.
be there for somebody
to be available if somebody wants to talk to you or if they need helpYou know I'll always be there for you.
by there(Welsh English) there; to thereHe's over by there.
have been there before(informal) to know all about a situation because you have experienced it
not all there(informal) not very intelligent, especially because of mental illness
so there!(informal) used to show that you are determined not to change your attitude or opinionWell, you can't have it, so there!
there it is(informal) that is the situationIt's crazy, I know, but there it is.
there's a good boy, girl, dog, etc.(informal) used to praise or encourage small children or animalsFinish your lunch, there's a good boy.
there's lovely, nice, etc.(Welsh English) used to say that something has a particular quality
there's something for you(informal) used to say that something is a very good example of somethingShe visited him every day he was in the hospital. There's devotion for you. (ironic) He didn't even say thank you. There's gratitude for you!
there or thereabouts(British English, informal) used to say that something is very good, even if it is not perfectAt the end of the tournament, he'll be there or thereabouts (= he may not win, but he will be one of the best players).
there, there!(informal) used to persuade a small child to stop crying or being upsetThere, there! Never mind, you'll soon feel better.
there you are(also there you go) (informal)1 used when giving somebody a thing they want or have asked forThere you are—that'll be £3.80, please.OK, there you go.2 used when explaining or showing something to somebodyYou switch on, push in the DVD and there you are!There you are! I told you it was easy!3 used when you are talking about something that happens in a typical way or about a situation that cannot be changedThere you go—that's what they're like.I know it's not ideal but there you go…
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