tchah

Terms vs Tchah - What's the difference?

terms | tchah |


As a noun terms

is .

As an interjection tchah is

expressing distaste or annoyance.

Tchah vs Schah - What's the difference?

tchah | schah |


As an interjection tchah

is expressing distaste or annoyance.

As a noun schah is

.

Pah vs Tchah - What's the difference?

pah | tchah | Synonyms |

Pah is a synonym of tchah.


As interjections the difference between pah and tchah

is that pah is used to express distaste, disgust or outrage while tchah is expressing distaste or annoyance.

As a noun pah

is (maori fort).

Annoyance vs Tchah - What's the difference?

annoyance | tchah |


As a noun annoyance

is (countable) that which annoys.

As an interjection tchah is

expressing distaste or annoyance.

Distaste vs Tchah - What's the difference?

distaste | tchah |


As a noun distaste

is a feeling of dislike, aversion or antipathy.

As a verb distaste

is (obsolete|transitive) to dislike.

As an interjection tchah is

expressing distaste or annoyance.