[hɪə] or [hɪr]


(noun.) the present location; this place; 'where do we go from here?'.

(adj.) being here now; 'is everyone here?' .

(adv.) in or at this place; where the speaker or writer is; 'I work here'; 'turn here'; 'radio waves received here on Earth'.

(adv.) to this place (especially toward the speaker); 'come here, please'.

(adv.) in this circumstance or respect or on this point or detail; 'what do we have here?'; 'here I must disagree'.

(adv.) at this time; now; 'we'll adjourn here for lunch and discuss the remaining issues this afternoon'.

戈代娃手打--From WordNet


(pron. pl.) Of them; their.

(n.) Hair.

(pron.) See Her, their.

(pron.) Her; hers. See Her.

(adv.) In this place; in the place where the speaker is; -- opposed to there.

(adv.) In the present life or state.

(adv.) To or into this place; hither. [Colloq.] See Thither.

(adv.) At this point of time, or of an argument; now.



ad. [1]. In this place.[2]. In the present state, in the present life.



adv. in this place: in the present life or state.—advs. Here′about also -abouts about this place; Hereaf′ter after this in some future time or state.—n. a future state.—advs. Here′at at or by reason of this; Here′away (coll.) hereabout; Hereby′ not far off: by this; Herein′ in this: in regard to this; Hereinaf′ter afterward in this (document &c.):—opp. to Hereinbefore′; Hereof′ of this: as a result of this; Hereon′ on or upon this; Hereto′ till this time: for this object; Heretofore′ before this time: formerly; Hereunto′ (also -un′-) to this point or time; Hereupon′ on this: in consequence of this; Herewith′ with this.—Here and there in this place and then in that: thinly: irregularly; Here goes! an exclamation indicating that the speaker is about to do something; Here you are (coll.) this is what you want; Neither here nor there of no special importance.





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