X. Ну и Y тоже. Ну и Z, да. Вино еще там... А!

Context: A man asks his wife on the phone to tell him what she wants him to buy for dinner, and she enumerates several items, as they occur to her, one after another.

I wonder if this entire phrase means:

And wine, too... Yeah!

  • "еще" = another addition

  • "там" = to/in the list

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    I would say that там in this case is not "there, in the list", but a filler word, such as "like". So, it's rather "and also wine and what not". Commented May 19, 2018 at 19:51
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    To answer your question - Yes. But "еще там" is rather colloquial.
    – Alexander
    Commented May 20, 2018 at 1:09
  • @OlegLobachev I think this comment deserves to be an answer. Commented May 20, 2018 at 11:01

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It's shortened from full sentence (развёрнутого предложения): ещё там должно было быть. „Ну и“ at the beginning it's marker that person remind sth, or specifies. Like: ещё там можно было кататься на велосипеде. Ну и на скейте тоже.

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