what-ho

what-ho

interj
old-fashioned informal an expression used as a greeting or to attract attention
Translations

what-ho

(o.f.) [ˈwɒtˈhəʊ] EXCL (surprise) → ¡caramba!, ¡vaya!; (greeting) → ¡hola!, ¡oye!
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If I'd stayed in character would I have ended up saying 'what-ho' and calling aeroplanes 'crates'?
What-ho! This posh boy has a fear of transvestites and "hyper gay men" so he should get on frightfully well with his housemates, eh?
Otherwise we'd be shouting forsooth and what-ho left, right and centre.
Otherwise we are going to have a drama which says, "What-ho, these chaps are traitors and we hate them." It's much more complicated than that.