there it is

there it is

1. There is what you needed or asked for. Ah, there it is—the complete works of William Shakespeare. It's upstairs in the section marked "Plays."
2. There are the facts of the situation; that's the way it is. I know our political system isn't perfect, but there it is.
3. You're doing that well or correctly; nice job. There it is! I knew you'd get the hang of it eventually!
See also: there

(and/but/so) there it ˈis

,

(and/but/so) there you ˈgo

,

(and/but/so) there we/you ˈare

that is the situation; those are the facts: I don’t like my job, but I need the money, so there it is.Soup and bread isn’t the best of meals, but there you go.
See also: there
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"It will not come by waiting for it It will not be a matter of saying, 'Here it is' or 'There it is.' Rather, the kingdom of the Father is spread out upon the earth, and people do not see it." (Thomas 113)
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