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Translation of "heigh-ho" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

heigh-ho

exclamation     /ˈheɪ.həʊ/ US  /-hoʊ/
used to express the fact that you cannot change a situation so you must accept it 嗨嗬(表示厌倦或接受) Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections
Translations of “heigh-ho”
in Chinese (Traditional) 嗨呵(表示厭倦或接受)…
(Definition of heigh-ho from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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