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acquaint, advance, advise, announce, apprise, ballyhoo, bill, blazon, boost, build up.
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Correct spelling:
In that place; at that point or stage; in that matter or relation, etc.


accomplished, adroit, agile, artful, au fait, brilliant, capable, clever, deft, dexterous, effective, effectual, efficient, equal to, experienced, expert, facile, gifted, ingenious, intelligent, keen, learned, masterful, masterly, powerful, practiced, prepared, proficient, qualified, responsible, savvy, sharp, skilled, skillful, smart, talented, trained, know backwards and forwards, know one's onions, up to it, up to snuff, up to speed, with it, know the ropes.
ace, brainy, clean, crackerjack, hot, hotshot, quick, slick, smooth, versed, whiz, wizard, crack, on the ball, know stuff, no dummy, no slouch, nobody's fool, on the beam, sharp as a tack.
able, adapted, adept, adequate, apt, competent, dynamite, fireball, good, green thumb, old hand, old-timer, proper, suited, up, veteran, Fitted, knowing the ropes, knowing the score, has what it takes, having know-how, having the goods, having the right stuff, like a one-man band, like a pistol.
appropriate, complete, crisp, decent, endowed, enough, equal, fit, fool, know the score, pertinent, polished, satisfactory, sufficient, suitable, wicked, all around, being a pistol, know ins and outs, know one's business, know one's stuff, know the answers, paid one's dues.
at hand, attendant, available, existent, in attendance, in view, near, on hand, on-the-spot, ready, show up, on deck, within reach, made the scene, on board, there with bells on, accounted for, on the spot.
acknowledged, finished, known, licensed, well-qualified, knowing one's stuff.
candid, careful, certain, conscientious, constant, decisive, definite, dependable, determined, devoted, faithful, firm, high-principled, honest, honorable, impeccable, incorrupt, loyal, okay, positive, predictable, proved, reputable, respectable, righteous, safe, sincere, solid, sound, stable, staunch, steadfast, steady, sterling, strong, sure, tried, true, true-blue, trusty, unequivocal, unfailing, unimpeachable, upright, veracious, True-hearted, tried-and-true, truehearted, trustworthy.
cool, handy, old, practical, pretty, primed, pro, professional, seasoned, versant, vet, Into, well-versed, a hand at, really into, tuned in, wised up, VETER.
believable, boy scout, rock, saint, level-headed, up front, all right, down home, fly right, true blue.
accurate, authentic, authoritative, convincing, credible, ethical, exact, kosher, levelheaded, mature, open, plausible, principled, realistic, saintly, secure, sensible, square, straight, truthful, valid, trustable, on the level, always there, on up and up, rock solid, to be trusted, up-front.
absolute, assiduous, bottomless, boundless, ceaseless, consistent, continual, continuing, continuous, diligent, dyed-in-the-wool, endless, eternal, inexhaustible, infallible, invariable, persistent, reliable, same, trustworthy, unflagging, unlimited, unrelenting, Delivering, surefire, never-failing, come-through, counted on.
in that, in that respect, in there.
in that, in that respect, inside, internally, inward, therein, in that matter, in there, in respect.
in that respect, on that point, thither, at that place, in that location.
Examples of usage:
  1. There's-" Rosalie cried, " Well, but there you are, Keggo. – This Freedom by A. S. M. Hutchinson
  2. " And you will be there? – The Rat Racket by David Henry Keller
  3. There will be nothing. – Louisiana by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  4. " Then," she said, " there is no money." – Dross by Henry Seton Merriman
  5. There is more of it yet. – Rosmerholm by Henrik Ibsen