Definition of aargh in English:

aargh

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Pronunciation: /ɑː
 
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exclamation

Used as an expression of anguish, horror, rage, or other strong emotion, often with humorous intent: now they’re talking about putting up taxes—aargh!
More example sentences
  • It is over 900 pages long and the first volume of a trilogy (double aargh!) of which each volume is similarly long (triple aargh)!
  • MY favourite words include yikes, splat, glub, eek and aargh!
  • I mean, it's like I send it thinking I've done it perfectly, and then aargh!

Origin

late 18th century: lengthened form of ah, expressing a prolonged cry.

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