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interjection oh pronunciation in American English //
  1. 4
    used for accepting someone's answer to your question

    "You haven't invited her husband, have you?" "Of course I have." "Oh. Well don't expect me to come then."

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  2. 5
    used when you pause because you are thinking about what you are going to say

    He was, oh, sixty or so at the time.

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  3. 6
    used for showing that you did not know something

    "He just resigned." "Oh, did he?"

    "David should be home next week." "Oh yes?"

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