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ugh

exclamation     /ʊx/ /ɜː/
used to express a strong feeling of disgust (= disapproval and dislike) at something very unpleasant 咳,哎呀,呸(用於表示強烈的厭惡) Ugh, I've got something horrible on the bottom of my shoe! 哎呀,我鞋底踩上甚麽噁心的東西了! Ugh, I'm not eating that! 呸,我不會吃那東西的! Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections
Translations of “ugh”
in Russian фу! брр!…
in Turkish Üff!, Iğğ!, Ööö!…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咳,哎呀,呸(用于表示强烈的厌恶)…
in Polish fu, fuj…
(Definition of ugh from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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