Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Blah"

El significado de "Blah" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa A: Blah blah~~~~
B: As if.

what does as if mean here?
plz gove me more examples with this expression.?
A: @makdoong to hit the town in this context would be to travel to the location.
Q: ¿Qué significa "Blah blah blah."-Saya?
A: @Sa_ya_ "blah blah blah" is words that don't mean anything.

It's supposed to sound like a group of people talking and you can't hear any words.

It means you're just talking and they can't hear, or don't care what you're saying.
Q: ¿Qué significa Blah blah?
A: In that context, it means “and so on”.. the person is using “blah, blah” because they are too bored or lazy to elaborate further.

“What did your teacher teach you in class today?”
“Maths, science, blah blah blah...”
Q: ¿Qué significa Blah blah are a couple good ones.?
A: It can mean when you are talking about interests. Like asking favourite songs or books.
X: "What is your favourite bands"
Y: "Twenty One Pilots, Nirvana, etc"
X: "Those are a couple good ones"
Q: ¿Qué significa Blah.?
A: Blah blah blah... It's a way to imitate someone who is speaking about something you don't want to hear. "blah blah blah-- please stop talking!" Blah by itself is not interesting -- not good or bad, just blah. It was a really blah day.

Palabras similares a "Blah" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre 'a' + Blah blah: Someone pronounced it as "ei." y 'a' + Blah blah: Someone pronounces it 'uh'. Why they pronounce it differently? ?
A: I guess I could use both 'ei' and 'uh'😄 Thank you!!!!!

Traducciones de "Blah"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? To be honest with you, Blah blah... Is this expression natural?
A: Wym blah blah ?

Otras preguntas sobre "Blah"

Q: I would like to know how to use “blah blah blah,” “yada yada yada,” “so-and-so” and “whatnot.” Could you tell me the differences among them? Or, could you tell me which is OK and which is not about the examples below?

1. I went to his house, blah blah blah, I was tired.
2. I went to his house, yada yada yada, I was tired.
3. I went to his house, so-and-so, I was tired.
4. I went to his house, and whatnot, I was tired.

5. I’ve got to do blah blah blah.
6. I’ve got to do yada yada yada.
7. I’ve got to do so-and-so.
8. I’ve got to do what not.

9. Mr. Blah blah blah
10. Mr. Yada yada yada
11. Mr. So-and-so
12. Mr. Whatnot
A: This is a very hard concept to grasp because there are no rules! But some are more natural and there are different social acceptances. But I'll try my best to explain.

Generally, blah blah and yada yada are informal. So and so and whatnot are slightly more formal than that. If you want to be extremely formal dont use these fillers.

Blah blah and yada yada are interchangeable. You can use these when you are filling in unnecessary details.

I went to his house, played soccer and blah blah blah/yada yada yada , I'm tired now.

So-and-so is used usually for filling in hypothetical names.

The teacher said, "for examples purposes, let's say so-and-so liked playing sport."

What not is used when you use an example TOO specific and want to broaden it out.

Q: "what plants grow underground"
A: potatoes and whatnot.

I hope my explanation helped. It is a lot of information but these are the general rules and examples which we use these in.

Q: Blah blah blah


Bleh bleh bleh?
A: More people use blah blah blah
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? A: Hello? This is Blah blah of companyX. May I speak to Mr. Blaah blaah please?
B: Who is she/he?
A: My name is Blah blah.
B: I am he.

Is this natural? Also, could you provide me some phrases people often use on a phone?
A: Sounds odd to me. The first line by A is correct though. This kind of exchange goes more like this...

A: Hello, this is Mr. Smith from Some Company. May I speak to Mr. Jones please?
B: Speaking. (Means: this is Mr Jones.)

You gave your name already, so B probably won't ask "who is..."

If you don't introduce yourself and just ask for Mr Jones, then it might go something like this.

A: Hello, may I speak to Mr. Jones please?
B: Speaking. May I ask who's calling?
A: This is Mr. Smith from Some Company.
Q: 日本のエンジニアは、アプリ開発のときに、テストで文字列を入れる場合はhogehogeと入力します。
Blah blah blah ですか?
A: We usually enter lots of random characters or "test test test", etc. "foo" and "bar" are also common.

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