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whoop-de-doo

exclamation uk   /ˌwʊp.diˈduː/ mainly US informal us  
said when you do not think what someone has said or done is important or special: Well, whoop-de-doo, they're offering us a 0.5 percent pay raise!
Translations of “whoop-de-doo”
in Chinese (Traditional) 哈哈(對某人說的話或做的事表示輕蔑)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哈哈(对某人说的话或做的事表示轻蔑)…
(Definition of whoop-de-doo from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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