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hallelujah
American English: /ˌhæləˈlujə/
British English: /ˌhalɪˈluːjə/

Translation of hallelujah in Spanish:

exclamation

  • ¡aleluya!
    Example sentences
    • In the second - hallelujah! - the oldie in question is neither loveable nor crusty (Hollywood's usual options for the over-60s) but the sort of average bloke you might meet in real life.
    • I asked for Linux recommendations, and - hallelujah!
    • If this is how man was supposed to be created, hallelujah!

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