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there (5 cf. WHERE)
1. qualifying a noun or pron., e.g. Err. V. i. 219 “That goldsmith there,” R3 I. i. 67 “her brother there” (=that brother of hers), IV. iv. 502; sometimes separated from the pron. Err. II. i. 74 “he did beat me there” (i.e. ‘he there’).
2. =that All'sW. II. iii. 27 “what do you call ?” ; esp. in “there's” . . . AYL. I. iii. 61 “there's enough,” Cym. I. v. 87 “there's all” . . .
3. =with that, by that, in that Ado V. ii. 98 “There” (=with those words) “will I leave you,” Rom. III. iii. 137 “there art thou happy,” Ant. II. v. 92 “dost thou hold there still?.”
4. =at that, at that juncture, then Mer.V. II. viii. 46 “And even . . . he put his hand behind him,” Ham. II. i. 19, Lr. IV. iii. 31.
5. “are you there with me?,” is that what you mean? Lr. IV. vi. 149.
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