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Meaning of “ha” in the English Dictionary

"ha" in British English

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haexclamation

(also hah) uk   us   /hɑː/ //
used to ​expresssatisfaction that something ​bad has ​happened to someone who ​deserved it, or to show that you have ​succeeded in something: He ​left her? Ha! That'll ​teach her to go ​chasing other women's ​husbands! Ha! So I am ​right after all!
(Definition of ha from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"ha" in American English

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haexclamation

(also hah)  us   //
used to ​expresssurprise, ​interest, or ​victory: Ha! So you ​see I was ​right after all!
(Definition of ha from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"ha" in Business English

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hanoun

uk   us   MEASURES
written abbreviation for hectare: a ​unit for ​measuring the ​area of something, ​equal to 10,000 ​squaremetres
(Definition of ha from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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