- interj. alternative spelling of ta-da.
“First, I've already fixed these once before, but a new hole appeared in the behind - so "tada" it's a heart. (the little one - the big one is the "old" one)”
“But, you know, some varieties of cheese have — tada! — foreign-sounding names!”
““But, you know, some varieties of cheese have — tada! — foreign-sounding names!””
“Best bit is, restart the PC without the disc and tada, boots back to normal! chris_j_wright48”
“She comes over and helps shave his beard clean -- tada!”
“And tada, in the same way strong teacher Unions that argue with the adminstration result in underperforming schools that need to get closed.”
“By EnjoyMedway, January 4, 2010 @ 6: 35 pm tada again?”
“And as long as those extremist militants are there to threaten, the U.S. has an excuse to give Pakistan ... tada!”
“Best bit is, restart the PC without the disc and tada, boots back to normal!”
“As Chinese and Arabic travelers observed, before the introduction of paper, the Indians used bhurja (Baetula bhojpattr), or cotton clothing, or parchments, or tada-tala (Borassus flabelliformis) to write.”
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