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blah, blah, blah

infml and other words that ​mean very little: The ​critics always say, "There’s no ​melody, the words are ​stupid, blah, blah, blah." Note: Used to represent words that have been used too many times before or you feel are not worth hearing.
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blah, blah, blahexclamation

/ˌblɑː blɑː ˈblɑː/  us /ˌblɑː blɑː ˈblɑː/ informal
used to ​mean "and other words that ​mean very little": The ​critics always say, "There’s no ​melody, the words are ​stupid, ​blah, ​blah, ​blah."
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