a. sort of, kind of
b. Something is okay, but not great; average; nothing special
Girl #1: Do you find him attractive?
Girl #: Eh.
Guy #1: How was baseball practice?
Guy #2: Eh.
A verbalisation of the full-stop or other punctuation at the end of almost every sentence used in tropical Queensland (Australia) or, alternatively, New Zealand.
"How about that weather, eh?"
"It's looking pretty gloomy, eh."
"Better get the car under cover then, eh."
suffix replacing -y
Makes the word you are saying sound cooler.
spiffy becomes spiffeh
tasty becomes taseh
funky becomes funkeh
used only at the end of a sentence in place of words such as yo, dude, hommie, etc.
Tate:nothing much eh.
1. The Canadian equivalent for the American "huh."
2. A term used by a person who is asked a question about which they are vuagely apathetic.
3. Similar to #2, the term may be used by a person when presented with a question-statement for which they have a heavily nuanced opinion but do not feel like discussing.
1. A) Who's that?
2. A) How do you feel about the World Series?
3. A) Yay! Howard Dean is the next DNC Chair!
1. that canadian saying.
2. showing a feeling of 'blahness' -- similar to 'mleh' 'blahh' 'blechh' or 'uhg'.
1. " cold up here in quebec, eh? "
2. "hey sexy how are you?"
" eh ive been better."
word used by canadians to show they are waiting for a response from the other person/ it is time for the other to speak
-Is that what its all aboot, eh?
-well i dunno, eh