Definition of uh-oh in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈʌəʊ


An expression of alarm, dismay, or realization of a difficulty: Uh-oh! Take cover!
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  • Now one must assume that this new compiler must have passed the stringent new security auditing that Microsoft has made so much noise about - uh-oh!
  • This is a serious situation and all you can say is uh-oh!
  • The next day I went shopping for the latest model, but when I tried to download my programs - uh-oh!

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