wakey-wakey

wakey-wakey

interj
informal jocular used for telling someone that they should wake up or should pay attention
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wakey-wakey

[ˈweɪkɪˈweɪkɪ] EXCL¡despierta!
wakey-wakey, rise and shine!¡levanta levanta, que los pajarillos cantan!
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