EH

Proper noun

EH

(travel, aviation) Initialism of Eastern Hemisphere (travel within or between IATA areas 2 and 3).

Adjective

EH

Initialism of emotionally handicapped.

Anagrams

• H&E, H.E., HE, He, he, he-

Etymology

Symbol

eH

redox potential (in volts).

Anagrams

• H&E, H.E., HE, He, he, he-

Etymology

Interjection

eh

(informal, UK, Australia, Canada, US) Used as a tag question, to emphasise what goes before or to request that the listener express an opinion about what has been said.

In isolation, a request for repetition or clarification of what has just been said. Compare what, pardon.

(Canada) An interjection used to ascertain the continued attention of an individual addressed by the speaker

Expressing apathy or lack of enthusiasm; meh.

Usage notes

In North America this term is stereotypically associated with Canada and some uses of it outside of Canada can convey that you are trying to sound (sarcastically) Canadian. However, it is in wide use in many other parts of the English-speaking world, including the northern United States, Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, and South Africa.

Verb

eh (third-person singular simple present ehs, present participle ehing, simple past and past participle ehed)

To use the interjection eh

Adjective

eh

(informal, predicative only) Of mediocre quality; unremarkable.

Anagrams

• H&E, H.E., HE, He, he, he-

Source: Wiktionary



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