⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'ha ha' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a ha-ha | ha-has
alternative hypothesis <H1, h1, Ha, ha>
Alternativhypothese {f} <H1>
Ha-Ha {m} [Graben als Park- oder Gartenbegrenzung]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The laughing gull's English name is derived from its raucous "kee-agh" call, which sounds like a high-pitched laugh "ha...
  • As with "Little Games" and unlike their previous hits, the Yardbirds' subsequent singles were written by others: Tony Hazzard composed "Ha Ha Said the Clown" (a pop hit for Manfred Mann) and the similarly pop-ish "Good Night Sweet Josephine" and Harry Nilsson supplied "Ten Little Indians", written in the style of a nursery rhyme.
  • – compare English "a"-ha-ha-ha".
  • A recessed trench wall known as a ha-ha has been built to minimize the visual impact of a security barrier surrounding the monument.
  • His second book of poems, "Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets.
  • Camdenton is located near two tourist attractions: Bridal Cave and Ha Ha Tonka State Park.
  • Nelson Mandela Muntz is a fictional character and the lead school bully from the animated television series "The Simpsons", where he is best known for his signature mocking laugh "Ha-ha!
  • In the Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz, a variation of Sardines called "Ha Ha Herman" is played, in which the seekers call out "ha ha', and the person hiding has to respond by saying "Herman".
  • In front of the Royal Crescent is a ha-ha, a ditch on which the inner side is vertical and faced with stone, with the outer face sloped and turfed, making an effective but invisible partition between the lower and upper lawns.
  • Among Ireland's Booker winners are "Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha" by Roddy Doyle and "The Gathering" by Anne Enright.
  • The rectory stood in what is now Caversham Court park and herb garden where there are remains with information panels and flat foundation stones as well as a ha ha wall below giving a view over the River Thames and much of Reading and Tilehurst.
  • Om! Ha ha ha! O wondrous one! svāhā!
  • The song is based on the original Dutch "Pizza ha-ha", including the parts that invite audience participation.
  • Earth could also be used as a fence; an example was what is now called the sunken fence, or "ha-ha," a type of wall built by digging a ditch with one steep side (which animals cannot scale) and one sloped side (where the animals roam).
  • It was released in two versions, a 4-minute mix and a 6-minute mix and featured Holly Johnson & Brian (Nasher) Nash imitating Count von Count ("Ha ha ha/I am the Count") from the children's TV show "Sesame Street".
  • Right cosets are defined analogously: "Ha" = {"ha" : "h" in "H"}. They are also the equivalence classes for a suitable equivalence relation and their number is equal to [...].
  • The Commission de toponymie du Québec asserts that the parish's name refers to nearby Lake Témiscouata, the sense of haha here being an archaic French word for an impasse; Saint-Louis-du-Ha!
  • The hall is located on top of a low rise and overlooks farmland towards the Lilleshall Monument.
  • Moats, rather than fences, separate animals from spectators in many modern zoo installations.
  • The road-work has been ongoing since 2002 with the goal of turning Route 185 into a motorway.
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