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ha1 US English

Used to express surprise, suspicion, triumph, or some other emotion

ha2 US English

Hectare(s)

ha in hectare US English

A metric unit of square measure, equal to 100 ares (2.471 acres or 10,000 square meters)

hahnium US English

The name formerly proposed by the American Chemical Society for the chemical element of atomic number 105 (dubnium), and by IUPAC for element 108 (hassium)

hectare US English

A metric unit of square measure, equal to 100 ares (2.471 acres or 10,000 square meters)

ha ha US English

Used to represent laughter or amusement

ha-ha US English

A ditch with a wall on its inner side below ground level, forming a boundary to a park or garden without interrupting the view

Ha'il US English

A city in northwestern Saudi Arabia, on the pilgrimage route from Iraq to Mecca; population 267,000 (est. 2004)

hoo-ha US English

A commotion; a fuss

aha US English

Used to express satisfaction, triumph, or surprise

halfpenny US English

A former British coin equal to half an old or new penny. The last halfpenny was withdrawn in 1984

ha'penny in halfpenny US English

A former British coin equal to half an old or new penny. The last halfpenny was withdrawn in 1984

halfpennyworth US English

As much as could be bought for a halfpenny

ha'p'orth in halfpennyworth US English

As much as could be bought for a halfpenny

aha moment US English

A moment of sudden insight or discovery

ha English-Spanish

¡ajá!

ha Spanish-English

ah!, ha!

Ha. Spanish-English

ha., hectare

hectare New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

metric unit equal to 10,000 square metres (2.471 acres)

ha-ha New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

ditch forming a boundary

ha-ha English-Spanish

¡ja, ja!

hoo-ha English-Spanish

alboroto masculine, jaleo masculinecolloquial/familiar, follón masculineSpain/Españacolloquial/familiar

ha'penny English-Spanish

→ halfpenny 1

funny ha-ha English-Spanish

divertido, gracioso

ha'p'orth English-Spanish

→ halfpennyworth

tuppenny-ha'penny English-Spanish

de tres al cuarto colloquial/familiar

halfpennyworth New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

as much as could be bought for a halfpenny

ha salido in salir Spanish-English

she's gone out, she's out

me ha colgado in colgar Spanish-English

he's hung up on me, he's put the phone down on me

ha dimitido ¿no? in no Spanish-English

he has resigned, hasn't he?


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