ta-ta


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ta-ta

 (tä′tä′)
interj. Chiefly British
Used to express farewell.

[Of baby-talk origin.]

ta-ta

(tæˈtɑː)
sentence substitute
informal Brit goodbye; farewell
[C19: of unknown origin]
Translations

ta-ta

[ˈtæˈtɑː] EXCL (Brit) → adiós, adiosito

ta-ta

interj (Brit inf) → tschüss (inf), → ata ata (baby-talk)

ta-ta

[ˈtæˈtɑː] excl (Brit) (fam) (goodbye) → ciao!

ta-ta

(tӕˈtaː)
(often used to or by young children) good-bye. Say ta-ta to Gran.
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Ta-ta to its potholes, graffiti and litter which blight her like acne on an hormonal teenager.
IT'S ta-ta to 2009, the good, the bad and the very ugly.
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