ouch

listen to the pronunciation of ouch
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{ü} öf
toka
(acı belirtir) ah!
of (acı ile)
ünlem Ah Of Aman
{ü} Ah!/Of!/Aman!
{ü} of
broş
{ü} ah
ay
OW
(Askeri) emir ve komuta zinciri P (orderwire)
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An expression of disappointment

Ouch, I really wanted to do that.

An expression in sympathy at another's pain

Ouch! Her sunburn looks awful.

A reply to an insult (frequently one that is tongue-in-cheek or joking)

Ouch. How could you say that?.

An expression meaning something is expensive for the expressor

Ouch, one hundred thousand dollars for a car, I could never afford that!.

An expression of one's own physical pain

Ouch! You stepped on my toe! That hurt!.

{ü} ow! (cry of pain)
`Ouch!' is used in writing to represent the noise that people make when they suddenly feel pain. She was barefoot and stones dug into her feet. `Ouch, ouch,' she cried. Used to express sudden pain or displeasure. a sound that you make when you feel sudden pain (Natural sound)
{i} brooch, clasp (Archaic); brooch set with gem stones (Archaic); setting used for a jem
A socket or bezel holding a precious stone; hence, a jewel or ornament worn on the person
An expression in sympathy at anothers pain
An expression of ones own physical pain
{i} decorate with ouches, adorn with brooches
ow
Refers to entry level PADI scuba diving certification, Open Water Diver Open water divers may not dive in overhead environments that restrict direct ascent to the surface (not open water)
ow
Older Workers - Program and Staff
ow
VR of type Other Word
ow
out, how
ow
How
ow
CRS One-way
ow
Ontario Works Social assistance program that replaced Family Benefits Assistance (FBA) and General Welfare Assistance (GWA)
ow
Offer Wanted
ow
The first word spoken by children with older siblings
ow
Same as ouch
ow
`Ow!' is used in writing to represent the noise that people make when they suddenly feel pain. Ow! Don't do that! = ouch. one-way. Used especially in response to sudden pain. used to express sudden pain (Natural sound)
ow
{ü} ouch! (cry of physical pain)
ouch

    Турецкое произношение

    auç

    Синонимы

    ow, owie, youch, yow, yowch

    Произношение

    /ˈouʧ/ /ˈaʊʧ/

    Этимология

    [ auch ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, alteration of nouche, from Middle French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German nusca clasp.

    Времена

    ouching, ouched

    Слово дня

    decant
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