English to Japanese Meaning :: dada

Dada :
ダダ
- ダダ

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Noun(1) an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk(2) a nihilistic art movement (especially in painting

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(1) Ram dada is my cousin's friend(2) I love my dada and completely adore his eccentric ways.(3) My dada said that my mom left us too for doing groceries, when we were in bed, but my mom denied that.(4) The truth is that my dada is jealous of my fiancé because I'm his only girl and we were so close.(5) There is no more wonderful gift in my life than my daughter, who is upstairs getting tucked into bed by her Dada as I write this.(6) Young William loved these outings, so proud to be seen with his Dada .
Related Words
(1) Dada ::
ダダ
Synonyms
Noun
1. dadaism ::
ダダイズム
Word Example from TV Shows

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Da-da. You say, \

Da-da. You say, "Da-da"?

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14


Da-da. You say, \

Da-da. You say, "Da-da"?

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14


She’s gorgeous, dada. She’s gorgeous.\0

She’s gorgeous, dada. She’s gorgeous.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9


Say, \

Say, "Da-da."

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14


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