At or in that place: sit over there. To, into, or toward that place: wouldn't go there again. At that stage, moment, or point: Stop there before you make any more mistakes. In that matter: I can't agree with him there. Used to introduce a clause or sentence: There are numerous items. There must be another exit. Used to indicate an unspecified person in direct address: Hello there. Used especially for emphasis after the demonstrative pronoun that or those, or after a noun modified by the demonstrative adjective that or those: That person there ought to know the directions to town. Nonstandard Used for emphasis between a demonstrative adjective meaning "that\u201d or "those\u201d and a noun: No one is sitting at that there table. Them there beans ought to be picked. That place or point: stopped and went on from there. Used to express feelings such as relief, satisfaction, sympathy, or anger: There, now I can have some peace!