Yes, there already is a post with a similar title, but that question is very closely tied to the verb setzen, while my question here is more basic and general.
I have a vocabulary list that includes the following three entries
hin there dahin there dorthin there
First, I would like to either consolidate entries if they are reasonably synonymous (i.e. one can be replace by the other, at least in most cases).
For, if dahin and dorthin were largely synonymous (and my guess is that they are), I would consolidate at least the last two lines above like this:
hin there dahin, dorthin there
Second, for the lines that are not sufficiently synonymous to be consolidated in this manner, how can I change the English column (as succinctly as possible) to indicate their difference? For example,
hin there, over there dahin, dorthin to there, to that place
My question boils down to asking for confirmation that what I've illustrated with my examples above is accurate, and if not, how to improve it.