Definition of arré in English:

arré

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Pronunciation: /ˈəreɪ
 
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exclamation

Indian
Used to express annoyance, surprise, or interest, or to attract someone’s attention: ‘Arré, those rascals won’t give a glass of water to a thirsty man.’

Origin

via Hindi from Sanskrit are, an interjection for calling to a person of inferior rank.

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