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Old July 21, 2020, 01:02 PM
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Heme

Hi,

What is it?

Heme aquí actuando por pura intuición.
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Old July 21, 2020, 04:16 PM
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The usual translation is here I am. Another is behold or look at me here. It's rare to find this phrase used in colloquial speech.

The translation of your sentence is Here I am acting out of pure intuition or Look at me here acting out of pure intuition.

According to the DRAE, he is a vestige of Arabic. Any one of the personal object pronouns can be suffixed to it. So, 'here we are' would be a suitable translation of henos aquí.
There's no verb involved in this expression (although those who disagree with the DRAE say that it came from a time when haber meant possession).

I've only seen this phrase used in the Bible.
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