An interjection indicating approval, congratulations, or gratitude. Common especially in Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Canada.
James: Hey Rodney, how did your water test go?
Rodney: I passed! I got my third in Campcraft!
James: How-how!
by Chad_Reiss February 12, 2006
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An expression of agreement. Can be used in place of 'indeed.' Can also be used sarcastically to get someone to stop fucking talking to you about frivolous things.

syn: you said it.
Rhonda: Juan, it's pretty cold outside today.
Juan: And how!


Erin: ...so I told her to shut the hell up because she was being a whore. I mean who tries anal with her boyfriend and then tells the entire cheer squad about it? I swear, Kelly is so totally gay...
Franklin (clearly annoyed): AND HOW!
by Skivvy March 25, 2004
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Similar to "How are you", this phrase is often used at the beginning of IM conversations to inquire about the health of a friend.
IM 1: Hey...
IM 2: Hey, how be?
IM 1: I'm good, you?
by Jodie Wood October 9, 2007
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a term used in cricket, appealing to the umpire, for a wicket
how's that said the fielders
by ROBERT SAVAGE June 13, 2006
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A greeting, supposedly a truncated form of "how's it going".
How's it, dude! Good seeing you.
by PoopyPoo August 15, 2005
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"How no?" is a Scotticism for "Why not?"
Person A: We canna do that!
Person B: How no?
by bizzare_scot May 9, 2014
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A phrase used by neds (chavs if your english) all over the world. They say it when they don't understand something or sometimes when they do but just want attention from the teacher/parent/authority figure present. It really means:
"Can you explain how that works" But being neds they just knock words of of sentences to let them speak more rubbish faster.
Teacher:"Why doesnt helium react?"
Parent: "Because it is a noble gas"
Authority Figure: "It has No outer electrons"
Ned: "How That!?!?!?!"
Chav: "Aye! How That?"
by Shinthekia July 23, 2005
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