English version

then and there

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthen and therethen and there (also there and then)IMMEDIATELY immediately He wasn’t prepared to wait – he wanted the money then and there. then
Examples from the Corpus
then and thereIf I come across a mistake, I fix it right then and there.I probably could have refused, and that would have ended the matter right then and there.It would have been easy to shoot him right then and there.Peter wondered about running in then and there.She saw only the immediate need of a particular individual and tried to meet it then and there.Two kids still refused to write unless I helped them right then and there.For a moment he thought of phoning her, then and there, and telling her how he felt.Mr Pasta dismisses Manuel then and there and without notice.She decided then and there that she was not going to stand for it.
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