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d'oh

exclamation uk ( also duh)   /dəʊ/ us    /doʊ/ informal
said when you feel stupid, usually after doing something silly, or to show that you think what someone else has done or said is stupid: I forgot to turn it on. D'oh!
Translations of “d'oh”
in Chinese (Traditional) 咄(表示認爲某人的言行愚蠢)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咄(表示认为某人的言行愚蠢)…
(Definition of d'oh from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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