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1. Used in asking a question or in seeking repetition or confirmation of a statement.
2. Chiefly Canadian Used to ascertain or reinforce a listener's interest or agreement.
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an exclamation used to express questioning surprise or to seek the repetition or confirmation of a statement or question: Eh? What did you say?.
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1. (used as an interrogative utterance, esp. to express surprise or doubt, to seek confirmation, or to ask for repetition of a statement.)
2. Canadian. (used as a conversation filler, equivalent to “you know” or “you see”): I was on my way, eh, when I realized I had forgotten to call you.
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