duh


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duh

 (dŭ)
interj.
Used to express disdain for something deemed stupid or obvious, especially a self-evident remark.

[Imitative of an utterance attributed to slow-witted people.]

duh

(dɜː)
interj
slang an ironic response to a question or statement, implying that the speaker is stupid or that the reply is obvious: how did you get in here? – through the door, duh.

duh

(dʌ; often pronounced with a dentalized d)
interj.
(used to express annoyance at the banality or obviousness of a previous comment.)
[1960–65, Amer.]
Translations

duh

interj (esp US iro) → na klar, logisch, ach wirklich?
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