Definition of aha
—used to express surprise, triumph, or derision
Examples of aha in a Sentence
aha! so the money was never missing in the first place!
Origin and Etymology of aha
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Recent Examples of aha from the Web
These AHAs eat away and separate what are called desmosomes.
Olivia Hops, the owner of Unbaked, who had had a small baking business as a teenager, had her own aha!
The AHA hosted its annual Heart & Soul Gala on May 19 at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans Hotel, where in addition to raising funds, supporters were there to celebrate the gala's four honorees.
His hearing these stories with your narration versus his could deliver an aha-moment or two.
When the families met in person for the first time, in a visit coordinated by the AHA on March 2, one of the first things Mary did was lean her head against Carew’s chest.
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First Known Use of aha
AHA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aha for English Language Learners
—used when something is suddenly seen, found, or understood
AHA Defined for Kids
Definition of aha for Students
—used to express discovery or understanding Aha! I knew it was you!
Medical Definition of AHA
1American Heart Association
2American Hospital Association
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