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General words for presence - thesaurus

Synonyms

discoverability

noun

the ability of a product or service to be found by people who want it or might like it

presence

noun

the existence of someone or something in a particular place

attendance

noun

the fact of being present at an event or of going regularly to school, church etc

availability

noun

the state of being able to be obtained or used

present

adjective

at an event, or in a place

here

adverb

in or to the place where you are

in attendance

present somewhere, often at an important or official event

on the spot

in the exact place where something is happening

in the flesh

present here and now, instead of by television, telephone, radio etc

bodily

adverb

if you are bodily present, you are physically in a place

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attendance

noun

the number of people who are present at an event or in a place such as a school or church

attendant

adjective

formal staying or travelling with someone in order to serve them or look after them

attendee

noun

someone who is present at an event or activity

here

adverb

spoken used when you are referring to someone or something that is with you or near you

in attendance

staying or travelling with someone in order to serve or look after them

in front of someone

in a situation where someone is there with you

in front of someone

in a situation where someone is watching you do something

in place

American without leaving the position that you are in. The British expression is on the spot

in someone’s presence

in the same place as someone

kick around

if something is kicking around, you have it but you are not sure exactly where it is

voilà

interjection

spoken here it is: used when you want to show something to someone, especially as a surprise

you/we get...

used for saying that something exists or can be seen in a place

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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