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yad·da yad·da yad·da

or ya·da ya·da ya·da  (yä′də yä′də yä′də)
adv. Informal
And so forth; et cetera.

[Imitative of long-winded or voluble speech.]
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yadda yadda yadda

(ˌjædəjædəˈjædə) or

yada yada yada

n
slang US tedious or long-winded talk
[C20: of uncertain origin; possibly imitative of the sound of someone talking at length in a dull manner]
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