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uh-ohexclamation

us   /ˈʌˌoʊ/ infml
the written form of the sound that people sometimes make when they have made a mistake or when something bad has happened: Uh-oh, I think I just locked my keys in the car.
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uh-ohexclamation

uk   /ˌʌˈəʊ/ us   /ˌʌˈoʊ/ informal
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