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He·re

 (hîr′ē)
n.
Variant of Hera.

here

 (hîr)
adv.
1. At or in this place: Stop here for a rest.
2. At this time; now: We'll adjourn the meeting here and discuss remaining issues after lunch.
3. At or on this point, detail, or item: Here I must disagree.
4. In the present life or condition.
5. To this place; hither: Come here, please.
adj.
1. Used especially for emphasis after the demonstrative pronoun this or these, or after a noun modified by the demonstrative adjective this or these: This tire here is flat.
2. Nonstandard Used for emphasis between the demonstrative adjective this or these and a noun: This here tire is flat.
interj.
Used to respond to a roll call, attract attention, command an animal, or rebuke, admonish, or concur.
n.
1. This place: "It would be difficult from here, with the certainty of armed gunmen inside, to bring him out alive" (Howard Kaplan).
2. The present time or state: We are living in the here and can only speculate about the hereafter.
Idioms:
be out of here Slang
To leave; depart.
neither here nor there
Unimportant and irrelevant.

[Middle English, from Old English hēr; see ko- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

here

(hɪə)
adv
1. in, at, or to this place, point, case, or respect: we come here every summer; here, the policemen do not usually carry guns; here comes Roy.
2. here and there at several places in or throughout an area
3. here goes an exclamation indicating that the speaker is about to perform an action
4. here's to a formula used in proposing a toast to someone or something
5. here today, gone tomorrow short-lived; transitory
6. here we go again an event or process is about to repeat itself
7. neither here nor there of no relevance or importance
8. this here See this7
n
9. this place: they leave here tonight.
10. here and now the here and now the present time
[Old English hēr; related to Old Norse hēr, Old High German hiar, Old Saxon hīr]

Here

(ˈjɪrə)
interj
South African an exclamation of surprise or dismay
[Afrikaans: Lord]

here

(hɪər)

adv.
1. in or at this place (opposed to there): Put the pen here.
2. to or toward this place; hither: Come here.
3. at this point in an action, speech, etc.: Here the speaker paused.
4. (used to call attention to some person or thing present, or to what the speaker has, offers, or discovers): Here is your paycheck. Here she is!
5. present (used to answer a roll call).
6. in the present life or existence: We want but little here below.
7. in this instance or case; under consideration: The matter here is of grave concern.
n.
8. this place or point: It's a long way from here.
9. this world; this life; the present.
adj.
10. (used for emphasis, esp. after a noun modified by a demonstrative adjective): this package here.
interj.
11. (used to command attention, give comfort, etc.)
Idioms:
1. here and now, without delay; immediately.
2. here and there, in or to this place and that; in or to various places.
3. here goes, (used to express resolution when beginning a bold or unpleasant action.)
4. here's to, (used in offering a toast to someone or something.)
5. neither here nor there, without relevance or importance.
6. the here and now, the immediate present.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English hēr, c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon, Old Norse hēr, Old High German hiar, Gothic her]
usage: See there.

here

1. 'here'

Here refers to the place where you are.

I'm glad you'll still be here next year.
We're allowed to come here at any time.

Be Careful!
'To' is never used in front of here. Don't say, for example, 'We're allowed to come to here at any time'.

2. 'here is' and 'here are'

You can use here is or here are at the beginning of a sentence when you want to draw attention to something or to introduce something. You use here is in front of a singular noun phrase and here are in front of a plural noun phrase.

Here's your coffee.
Here are the addresses to which you should apply.

here

hear

These words are both pronounced /hɪə/.

1. 'here'

You use here to refer to the place where you are.

Come here!
She left here at eight o'clock.
See here
2. 'hear'

When you hear a sound, you are aware of it through your ears.

Did you hear that noise?
See hear
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.here - the present locationhere - the present location; this place; "where do we go from here?"
location - a point or extent in space
there - a location other than here; that place; "you can take it from there"
2.here - queen of the Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythologyHere - queen of the Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythology; sister and wife of Zeus remembered for her jealously of the many mortal women Zeus fell in love with; identified with Roman Juno
Adj.1.here - being here now; "is everyone here?"
present - being or existing in a specified place; "the murderer is present in this room"; "present at the wedding"; "present at the creation"
Adv.1.here - in or at this place; where the speaker or writer is; "I work here"; "turn here"; "radio waves received here on Earth"
at that place, in that location, there - in or at that place; "they have lived there for years"; "it's not there"; "that man there"
2.here - in this circumstance or respect or on this point or detail; "what do we have here?"; "here I must disagree"
3.here - to this place (especially toward the speaker); "come here, please"
thither, there - to or toward that place; away from the speaker; "go there around noon!"
4.here - at this time; now; "we'll adjourn here for lunch and discuss the remaining issues this afternoon"

here

adverb
1. in or at this place, on this spot, in or at this location I'm here all by myself.
in or at this place there
2. at hand, present, available, in attendance I'm here to help you.
3. now, at this point, at this time, at this moment Here is your opportunity to acquire a home.
Translations
إلى جانبيصَيْحَة تَعَجُّب أو عَدم اسْتِحْسانفي هذا الوقْت، هنا، في هذه النُّقْطههُناهُنَا
tadytuzdesemv tom
herhid og didhør!det er her
ĉi tieĉi tientie ĉitien ĉi
siin
tässä
ovdjetu
ittJelen!erreide
hérhér, hérnahingaðjá!, hér!, viîstaddur!svona! hérna! heyrîu!
ここここに
여기에
hichuc
čiačia netolieseesu!kartupomirtinis gyvenimas
lūk! paklau!šai brīdīšeitšeit!šurp
aquipara aquipara cá
na všetky stranysemv tomto
tukajsemtu
härhithitåt
ที่นี่
buradaburayaher tarafaher yerdeHey!
ở đây

here

[hɪəʳ]
A. ADV
1. (= in this place) → aquí
I live herevivo aquí
she's not here at the momentno está (aquí) en este momento
I'm not here to listen to your complaintsno estoy aquí para escuchar tus quejas
here! (at roll call) → ¡presente!
winter is hereha llegado el inviernoya está aquí el invierno
my friend here will do iteste amigo mío lo hará
he's well known around herees muy conocido por aquí
in here, pleaseaquí (dentro), por favor
see also same B1
see also today
2. (= to this place) → aquí, acá (esp LAm)
come here!¡ven aquí or (esp LAm) acá!
see also look B1
3. (stating or offering sth) here are the booksaquí están los libros
here he comesya viene
here's what I thinkesto es lo que pienso
here we are, I've found itaquí está, lo encontré
here it is, under the cushionaquí está, debajo del cojín
did you want the corkscrew? here it is¿querías el sacacorchos? aquí lo tienes
here you are, you can have my seattoma, puedes sentarte en mi sitio
here you are, I've fixed ittoma or aquí lo tienes, lo he arreglado
4. (= at this time) and here he laughedy entonces se rió
here I should remind you thatahora os debería recordar que ...
it's my job that's at risk herelo que me estoy jugando es el trabajo
what we're talking about here isde lo que esto se trata es ...
5. (= on this point) → en este punto
I disagree with you hereno estoy de acuerdo contigo en este punto
6. (in phrases)
here we go again!¡ya estamos otra vez!
here goes!¡ahí va!
here liesaquí yacen los restos de ...
whether or not he realized was neither here nor thereel que se hubiera dado cuenta o no no venía al caso
the difference of £5 was neither here nor therelas 5 libras de diferencia no iban a ninguna parte
here and nowahora mismo
I must warn you here and now thatte tengo que advertir ahora mismo que ...
I'm out of hereme largo
here and there I do a bit of teaching here and theresuelo dar alguna que otra clase
he could only understand a word here and theresólo entendía palabras sueltas
here, there and everywhereen todas partes
here's to here's to the happy couple!¡a la salud de los novios!
here's to your new job!¡por tu nuevo trabajo!
B. EXCL here, you try and open it!¡toma, intenta abrirlo tú!
here, that's my dinner you're eating!¡oye tú, que ésa es mi cena!
C. N the here and nowel presente

here

[ˈhɪər]
adv
(= in this place) → ici
I live here → J'habite ici.
Come here! → Viens ici!
here to do sth
I'm here to help you → Je suis là pour vous aider.
I'm not here to listen to your complaints → Je ne suis pas là pour écouter vos doléances.
here and there → ici et là
here and now (= at the present time) → ici et maintenant
here is ... → voici ...
Here's Helen → Voici Helen.
Here`s my sister → Voici ma sœur.
Here's my phone number → Voici mon numéro de téléphone.
here he is! (= he's just arrived) → le voici!
here she is! (= she's just arrived) → la voici!
here she comes! → la voici qui arrive!
here are ... → voici ...
Here are the books → Voici les livres.
here you are! (= take this) → tenez!
here we are! (= found it!) → voici!
"here's to ... " [+ person, success] (toast)"à ... "
here goes ... (when trying sth)allons-y ...
here we go! (when sth starts happening)allons-y !
here we go again! → c'est reparti!
(at school) "here!" (= present) → "présent!"
excltiens!, tenez!
n
in the here and now → dans le présent

here

adv
hier; (with motion) → hierher, hierhin; here! (at roll call) → hier!; (to dog) → hierher!; come here!komm her!; here I amda or hier bin ich; here’s the taxidas Taxi ist da; here he comesda kommt or ist er ja; spring is hereder Frühling ist da; this one hereder/die/das hier or da; this man heredieser Mann (hier) …; John here reckons …John hier meint; this here notice (incorrect) → dieser Anschlag da (inf); here and nowauf der Stelle, jetzt sofort; I won’t be here for lunchich bin zum Mittagessen nicht da; she’s not here yetsie ist noch nicht da; shall we wait till he gets here?sollen wir warten, bis er hier or da ist?; here and therehier und da; here, there and everywhereüberall; around/about herehierherum, ungefähr hier; near here(hier) in der Nähe; I’ve read down to hereich habe bis hierher or hierhin gelesen; it’s in/over herees ist hier (drin)/hier drüben; put it in/over herestellen Sie es hierherein/hierherüber or hierher; come in/over herekommen Sie hierherein/hierherüber or hierher; from here on in (esp US) → von jetzt or nun an; here I would like to draw your attention to …an dieser Stelle möchte ich Sie auf … aufmerksam machen
(in phrases) here you are (giving sb sth) → hier(, bitte); (on finding sb) → da bist du ja!, ach, hier bist du!; (on finding sth) → da or hier ist es ja; here we are, home againso, da wären wir also wieder zu Hause; here we go again, another crisisda hätten wir also wieder eine Krise; look out, here he comesVorsicht, er kommt!; here comes troublejetzt gehts los (inf); here goes! (before attempting sth) → dann mal los; here, try this onehier, versuchs mal damit; here, let me do thatkomm, lass mich das mal machen; here!he!; here’s to you! (in toast) → auf Ihr Wohl!; here’s to the success of the venture!auf den Erfolg des Vorhabens!; it’s neither here nor therees spielt keine Rolle, tut nichts zur Sache; I’ve had it up to here (with him/it) (inf)ich habe die Nase voll (von ihm/davon) (inf); I’m up to here with paperwork (inf)der Papierkram steht mir bis zum Hals (inf)
n the here and nowdas Hier und Heute; (Rel, Philos) → das Diesseits

here

:
hereabouts
advhier (in der Gegend), in dieser Gegend
hereafter (form)
n the/a heredas/ein Jenseits
adv
(Jur etc) → im Folgenden
(= from now on)künftig, in Zukunft
(= later) I shall say more of this hereich werde später darauf zurückkommen
hereby
adv (form)hiermit

here

:
herein
adv (form)hierin; and here lies the problemund das ist or hier liegt das Problem
hereinafter
adv (form)im Folgenden
hereof
adv (form)hiervon (form); the house and the inhabitants heredas Haus und die Bewohner desselben (form)

here

:
hereto
adv (form) the documents attached heredie beigefügten Dokumente; additions here can only be made with his permissionZusätze können hierzu nur mit seiner Erlaubnis gemacht werden; he gave his signature hereer setzte seine Unterschrift hinzu
heretofore
adv (form: = up to this time) → bisher; (= up to that time)bis dahin
hereunto
adv (form) = hereto
hereupon
advdaraufhin
herewith
adv (form)hiermit

here

[hɪəʳ]
1. adv (place) → qui, qua; (at this point) → qui, a questo punto
come here! → vieni qui!
here! (at roll call) → presente!
over here → da questa parte, di qua
here I am → eccomi qua
here are the books → ecco (qua) i libri
here you are! (giving sb sth) → ecco qui!
here she comes → eccola (che viene)
here and there → qua e là
here, there and everywhere → dappertutto
winter is here → l'inverno è arrivato
my friend here will do it → il mio amico qui lo farà
that's neither here nor there → non ha molta importanza
here's to John! → alla salute di John!
2. exclehi!

here

(hiə) adverb
1. (at, in or to) this place. He's here; Come here; He lives not far from here; Here they come; Here is / Here's your lost book.
2. at this time; at this point in an argument. Here she stopped speaking to wipe her eyes; Here is where I disagree with you.
3. beside one. My colleague here will deal with the matter.
interjection
1. a shout of surprise, disapproval etc. Here! what do you think you're doing?
2. a shout used to show that one is present. Shout `Here!' when I call your name.
ˌhereaˈbout(s) adverb
near this place. He lives somewhere hereabouts.
hereˈafter adverb
in legal language, after this; from now on. This concerns the will of John Smith, hereafter referred to as `the deceased'.
the hereafter noun
the next world; life after death.
ˌhereˈby adverb
in legal language, now, by means of (eg this statement). I hereby declare that I will not be responsible for any of her debts.
ˌhereˈin adverb
in legal language, in this (letter etc). Please complete the form enclosed herein.
hereˈwith adverb
with this (letter etc). I am returning your passport herewith.
here and there
in, or to, various places. Books were scattered here and there.
here goes
I'm going to do something no matter what the consequences are. I've never tried diving before, but here goes!
here's to interjection
used as a toast to the health, success etc of someone or something. Here's to the success of the new company.
here, there and everywhere
in, or to, a larger number of places; in all directions. People were running around here, there and everywhere.
here you are
here is what you want etc. Here you are. This is the book you were looking for.
neither here nor there
not important; not relevant. His opinion is neither here nor there.

here

هُنَا tady her hier εδώ aquí tässä ici ovdje qui ここに 여기에 hier her tutaj aqui здесь här ที่นี่ burada ở đây 在这里

here

adv. aquí;
___ and nowahora mismo;
___ and thereaquí y allá.
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