Definition of och in English:


Line breaks: och
Pronunciation: /ɒk
, ɒx


Scottish & Irish
Used to express a range of emotions, typically surprise, regret, or disbelief: Och, you’re kidding
More example sentences
  • Och, no self-respecting Heelander would be seen oot and aboot withoot a Glengarry bunnet or a kilt.
  • You hear of people saying och I've created this here vortex and whoosh there was a storm for days.

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