uh-huh


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uh-huh

 (ŭN′hŭN′)
interj. Informal
Used to express agreement or an answer in the affirmative.

uh-huh

(əˈhə)
sentence substitute
informal a less emphatic variant of yes

uh-huh

(ʌˈhʌ, ʌ̃ˈhʌ̃)

interj.
(used to indicate assent, general satisfaction, or the like.)
[1895–1900]
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uh-huh

adverb
Informal. It is so; as you say or ask:
Informal: OK, yeah, yep.
Slang: right on.
Translations

uh-huh

[ˈʌˌhʌ] EXCL (agreeing) → ajá

uh-huh

interj
(agreeing, understanding) → ja
(disagreeing, forbidding) → nichts da (inf)
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