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ach

(ɑːx)
interj
Scot an expression of surprise, impatience, disgust, etc. Also: och
References in classic literature ?
"Ach! du lieber Augustin, Alles ist weg, weg, weg!"*
GOTT IM HIMMEL, ABER, how he has been able to sing twenty-five years ago?" [Then pensively.] "ACH, no, NOW he not sing any more, he only cry.
"Ach, Herr Carey, Sie mussen mir nicht du sagen--you mustn't talk to me in the second person singular."
There was a dull, weight like feeling in his stom- ach, and, when he tried to walk, his head swayed and he tottered.
Ach! Take a Goth, a Hun, and a Vandal, mix them together and add a Barbary rover; then take this creature and make him drunk--and you have an Englishman.
Her mann would glance at me quickly, emit slight "Ach's!" The girl never made a sound.
And yet all these questions were not new ones suddenly confronting him, they were old familiar aches. It was long since they had first begun to grip and rend his heart.
Bha e deigheil air a bhith buachailleachd nan caorach ceart gu leor, ach cha dheanadh e sin a's an doigh a's a robh m'athair ag iarraidh.
This is the fourth straight year the ACH Network has added more than 1 billion new payments.
Atlas said the addition of ACH Foam Technologies brings decades of experience, diverse product offerings and a range of advanced technology to Atlas' expanded polystyrene foam business and establishes the largest manufacturer of molded polystyrene in North America.
'The ACH Network provides substantial value to everyone who sends or receives payments, including businesses, consumers, governments and financial institutions," said NACHA Chief Operating Officer Jane Larimer in a release.
In 2017, there were 75.1 same-day ACH transactions totaling $87.1 billion, an average $1,161 per payment.