Definition of ta-da in English:

ta-da

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Pronunciation: /təˈdɑː
 
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(also ta-dah)

exclamation

An imitation of a fanfare (typically used to indicate an impressive entrance or a dramatic announcement).
More example sentences
  • After his game of Mario Kart 64, he put in the disk and installed the driver… and ta-da!
  • Then, she'd toss out the rules and just go with what felt comfortable for her and find a decent guy and ta-da!
  • Most people's idea of labour is that your waters break, contractions start, you make a mad dash to hospital and - ta-da! - your baby is born.

Origin

1970s: imitative.

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