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Definición de “la-di-da” en inglés


adjective uk (also lah-di-dah)   /ˌlɑː.dɪˈdɑː/ old-fashioned informal us  
describes speech or behaviour that is not sincere because the person is pretending to belong to a higher social class
(Definition of la-di-da from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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