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."
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there ˌis ˈthat

said when agreeing with something: ‘Flying is quick, but it’s very expensive.’ ‘Yes, there is that.’
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"There's that Senior who is so devoted to you -- Will Leslie.
There's that wonderful project of correspondence between Pontus Hulten and Jean Tinguely, printed on a gatefold.
There's that British architect-artist society over whose exhibitions the London architectural press has an annual snigger.
And there's that bit in the ballet when they're in threes and fours at the same time, and I said, `Wow, like, he's seen them, too.'
Even though there's that unsettled aspect to the video, I hoped to draw people into a trancelike, meditative state.
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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