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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WELL, in all fairness no English player would get into the Welsh team for one simple reason - they're all English so don't qualify, duh!
Rancic looked like she was completely fine with the idea, as she responded with a "Duh!"
Well, duh! It may well be that the government of Kenya has the very best of intentions and truly wants to slow the spread of HIV and save lives, but they might want to consider repealing that fourteen-year prison stint before embarking on their Gay Domesday Book.
ZOE wonders about Will's dark side - like, duh! He's only been watching you with a secret camera for months!
Duh! Needless to say, the radiator was jacked for the rest of the trip and the AC gave out immediately.
To use this phrase to describe a candidate should mean that the candidate is not only anti-abortion, but anti-capital punishment, anti-war (duh!), anti-poverty ...
Along the way, the reader can take various quizzes, learn "46 uses for handkerchiefs and other 'faun' things," explore related websites and absorb "Ta-Duhs," factoids that will either amaze the reader or else elicit the response "Duh!" The tone of the book is casual, addressing the reader directly and familiarly.
(Duh!)." Cohn also includes a link to Falwell's actual site, www.falwell.com, for anyone who stumbles across the parody site while looking for the real thing.
Editor's note: Duh! My apologies-I need a vacation to Luxembourg.
18 & 25, 1999, issue was a clear reminder of how painstaking research leading to breakthroughs today will prompt a "Like, duh!" and a shrug of the shoulders in the future.
Kelis's Milkshake, duh!" It was "premiered" on Thursday night, and it really, really isn't any good.
Consider this: the father does not understand and has to be told that R18 is for those 18 years old and above (duh!); the teenage daughter, that R16 is for those 16 years old and above (double duh!); the teenage son, that R13 is for those 13 years old and above, etc.