bah


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bah

 (bä, bă)
interj.
Used to express impatient rejection or contempt.

bah

(bɑː; bæ)
interj
an expression of contempt or disgust

bah

(bɑ, bæ)

interj.
(used as an exclamation of contempt or annoyance.)
[1600–10]
Translations

bah

[bɑː] EXCL¡bah!

bah

[ˈbæ ˈbɑː] exclbah
References in classic literature ?
Bah, bah, bah, don't look as from high to low at me
BASIC HOUSING ALLOWANCE: BAH rates in the Harford County area experienced minor decreases over the last two years.
MC Bah, Grievance and Ethics Committee Chairman, Sam Yeabahn, Task Force Commander, Cooper Yormie, Head of Administration, Sangare Daouda, Task Force Coordinator and Aylmer Johnson, Executive Committee Chairman.
Subtyping patients to either BAH or APA groups was based on calculations of the lateralization ratio, according to immunoassay measurements of plasma aldosterone (A) and cortisol (C) concentrations in both adrenal veins and defined as the ratio of the higher (dominant) over the lower (nondominant) ratio by the following formula:
The picture of legacy Booz--BAH migrations suggests that the combination of the former's sale and name change with the latter's aggressive hiring approach-- anecdotal evidence is that BAH's new hires in their majority were fitted with fancier positions than they had held at Booz-- created a specific, and for the acquirer BAH presumably very expensive migration.
Former Malian Defence Minister Soumeylou Boybeye Maiga resigned in May 2014 after Tuareg separatists defeated the army fighting over control over a key town in northern Mali, leaving the position to Bah N'Dao.
ey were chased as they left and returned to the store by Mr Bah.
Sharland will serve as the Title Branch Manager for the new operation, which will now be part of BAH.
For those Reservists receiving BAH (without dependent rate), no action is required.
One-minute Review: Bah Abdelmeguid's Sleeping With Strangers
The Office of the Commander in Chief said in in a press statement that offensive comments were repeated recently on Iraqi army by MP for al-Ahrar bloc Bah al-Araji , who described the current Iraqi army as a military of job, not of doctrine, and the soldiers recruited in the army for the job, adding that during the Iran-Iraq war they all stood with the army because there was such thing as a nation and doctrine and the principle of citizenship does not now exist nor the doctrine.
According to Laha Magazine, Bah worked with a number of well-known poets and composers to create a successful album.