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hubba hubba Syllabification: hub·ba hub·ba
Pronunciation: /ˌhəbə ˈhəbə/

Definition of hubba hubba in English:


North American informal
Used to express approval, excitement, or enthusiasm, especially with regard to a person’s appearance: In walks the willowy Juanita. Hubba hubba! [as adjective]: they parodied her hubba-hubba image
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  • But on a more positive note, I luuuurrrrrrve summer, the way the women dress here in Sydney, phew, hubba hubba!
  • My skin will clear up and my dream partner will emerge from hubba hubba heaven?


1940s: of unknown origin.

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