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ooh

exclamation     //
an expression of surprise, pleasure, approval, disapproval or pain (表示惊讶、高兴、赞成、不赞成或痛苦)嗬 Ooh, what a lovely dress! 啊,多漂亮的裙子! Ooh, yes, that would be nice! 啊,是吗,那就太好了! Ooh, that's a bit unkind! 哎哟,那可有点太残忍了! Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections
(Definition of ooh from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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