1. noun
a) Nonsense; drivel; idle, meaningless talk.

Well, the new restaurant seems nice, but their menu is a little blah.

b) Low in spirit or health; down.

I decided to go exercise rather than sit around all day feeling blah.

a) An expression of mild frustration.

Blah! Why cant I get this computer to work!

b) (When spoken repeatedly, often three times in succession: blah blah blah!) Imitative of idle, meaningless talk; used sometimes in a slightly derogatory manner to mock or downplay anothers words, or to show disinterest in a diatribe, rant, instructions, unsolicited advice, parenting, etc. Also used when recalling and retelling anothers words, as a substitute for the portions of the speech deemed irrelevant.

Yea, yea, blah blah blah, Mom, you said this all yesterday.

Syn: blah blah blah, yada yada yada

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