Entry from British & World English dictionary
Expressing surprise or alarm.
- I've been spending a lot of time on there and I think some of it has rubbed off (oo-er!).
- I'm trying to persuade Truth Decay to get back together for a gig so we can play with them (oo-er!).
- Believe me, she has three strapping lads, all in their mid twenties, much bigger than I am and none of them dare to give their mum any lip (Rather like the Krays - oo-er).
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