- [α:]exclamation an expression of anguish, horror, rage, or other strong emotion.
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aargh — [a:x, a: US a:rg, ər] interjection [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Natural sound] used to show you are disappointed, hurt, or annoyed ▪ Aargh, the lid won t close … Dictionary of contemporary English
aargh — [ ar ] interjection used, often in a joking way, for showing that you are very annoyed or shocked by something: Aargh! Not this again! … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
aargh — [är: ] conventionalized pronun. interj. 〚echoic〛 used to express disgust, nausea, or any other forceful negative reaction: also sp. aarrgh or aarrghh * * * … Universalium
aargh — [är: ] conventionalized pronun. interj. [echoic] used to express disgust, nausea, or any other forceful negative reaction: also sp. aarrgh or aarrghh … English World dictionary
aargh — UK [ɑː(r)] / US [ɑr] interjection used, often in a way that is intended as a joke, for showing that you are very annoyed or shocked by something Aargh! Not this again! … English dictionary
aargh — interjection An exclamation of pain or annoyance; often associated with pirates … Wiktionary
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aargh — interj. ugh! (expression of disgust or annoyance) … English contemporary dictionary
aargh — pronounced as a guttural, r like sound; spelling pron. [[t]ɑr, ɑrg[/t]] interj. cvb (used as an exclamation of disgust, aversion, etc.) … From formal English to slang
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