there's that

there's that

What you just said is indeed true. A: "Why are you passing on the promotion? Are you reluctant to take on more responsibility?" B: "There's that, but I'm also not sure I want to stay with the company any longer."
See also: that

there ˌis ˈthat

said when agreeing with something: ‘Flying is quick, but it’s very expensive.’ ‘Yes, there is that.’
See also: that, there
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There's that wonderful project of correspondence between Pontus Hulten and Jean Tinguely, printed on a gatefold.
There's that ivory-tower gallery system, but there's also a tendency to avoid being a commodity and to be a practice instead.
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