Definition of oh-so in English:

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adverb

informal
Extremely: their oh-so-ordinary lives
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  • Armed with a four-member backing band, it was melodic, beautiful, passionate, powerful, transfixing and oh-so brilliant.
  • To foreigners like us, just a few steps removed from the oh-so fair and balanced media market, the only surprising thing about this race is how close it is.
  • We're just the same as we ever were, and oh-so delighted to have you back!

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