There are 2 main translations of ha in Spanish:

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ha 1

also: hah
American English: //
British English: /hɑː/

exclamation

  • ¡ajá!
    Example sentences
    • Agreeing that from time to time we need a bit of help from outside, we ask for the occasional ‘ah hah!’
    • They'll pore over transcripts from some news conference, looking for the two-bit money quote: ah hah!
    • Or else She will make sure they don't have power to run them anyway, hah!

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ha 2

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