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ha-ha British & World 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

ha1 British & World English

Used to express surprise, suspicion, triumph, etc.

ha2 British & World English

Hectare(s)

Ha British & World English

The chemical element hahnium

hectare British & World English

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

ha in hectare British & World English

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

hahnium British & World 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)

ha ha British & World English

Used to represent laughter

Ha'il British & World English

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

hoo-ha British & World English

A commotion; a fuss

funny ha-ha British & World English

Amusing (or strange): used to distinguish the two main senses of ‘funny’

funny ha-ha in funny British & World English

Amusing (or strange): used to distinguish the two main senses of ‘funny’

aha British & World English

Used to express satisfaction, triumph, or surprise

halfpenny British & World English

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 The last halfpenny was withdrawn in 1984

ha'penny in halfpenny British & World English

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 The last halfpenny was withdrawn in 1984

halfpennyworth British & World English

As much as could be bought for a halfpenny

ha'p'orth in halfpennyworth British & World English

As much as could be bought for a halfpenny

aha moment British & World English

A moment of sudden insight or discovery

don't spoil the ship for a ha'p'orth of tar British & World English

Don’t risk the failure of a large project by trying to economize on trivial things

funny ha-ha or funny peculiar in funny British & World English

Amusing (or strange): used to distinguish the two main senses of ‘funny’

hum and ha in ha1 British & World English

see hum and haw at hum.

don't spoil the ship for a ha'p'orth of tar in halfpennyworth British & World English

Don’t risk the failure of a large project by trying to economize on trivial things

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


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