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here and there

1. In different places. I try to keep some cash here and there around the house in case of emergences.
2. In different directions. People ran here and there at the sound of the explosion.
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here and there

at this place and that; from place to place. We find rare books in used-book stores here and there. She didn't make a systematic search. She just looked here and there.
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here and there

1. In various places, as She's lived here and there, never for more than a year in one city. [c. 1300]
2. In various directions, hither and thither, as in She turned her eyes here and there, looking for him in the audience. [Late 1200s] Also see here, there, and everywhere.
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ˌhere and ˈthere

to or in various places: Here and there in the crowd I saw people I recognized.
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