yadda yadda yadda
noun see yada yada

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • yadda, yadda, yadda — UK [ˌjædə ˌjædə ˈjædə] US interjection american spoken used for filling space while talking, either because you cannot remember what you want to say or because you think the details are not important Thesaurus: ways of talking about… …   Useful english dictionary

  • yadda-yadda — and so on, 1990s, of echoic origin (Cf. yatata talk idly, chatter, 1940s; and yatter to talk incessantly or idly, 1825) …   Etymology dictionary

  • yadda — 1. interjection Used three times in a row, or in combination with other words, to indicate part of a sentence which would be annoying to include, or which is incomprehensible, or which is just unimportant. In fact, the academic said, crime trends …   Wiktionary

  • yadda — Usually used in triplicate, the word itself has no set definition, as it can be used to mean virtually anything under the sun, and a few things that aren t. Used mainly in two situations, the first of which is very similar to etc. and simply… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • yadda — Usually used in triplicate, the word itself has no set definition, as it can be used to mean virtually anything under the sun, and a few things that aren t. Used mainly in two situations, the first of which is very similar to etc. and simply… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • yadda yadda yadda — /ˌjadə ˌjadə ˈjadə/ (say .yahduh .yahduh yahduh) interjection Chiefly US Colloquial 1. (an expression used to signify boring, tedious or superficial talk.) 2. et cetera: so we got up, had breakfast, yadda yadda yadda, and finally got going …   Australian English dictionary

  • yadda, yadda, yadda — yad|da, yad|da, yad|da [ ,jædə ,jædə jædə ] interjection AMERICAN SPOKEN used for filling space while talking, either because you cannot remember what you want to say or because you think the details are not important …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • yadda, yadda, yadda — UK [ˌjædə ˌjædə ˈjædə] / US interjection American spoken used for filling space while talking, either because you cannot remember what you want to say or because you think the details are not important …   English dictionary

  • yadda yadda yadda — …   Useful english dictionary

  • yadda yadda — noun see yada yada …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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