[də, da]
  1. non-standard spelling of the, used in representing speech.
das (plural noun)
  1. one's father.
    "I learned the songs from my da"
mid 19th century: abbreviation of dada1.
  1. US
    district attorney.
  2. informal
    duck's arse.
  1. (in units of measurement) deca-.
district attorney
[district attorney]
DA (noun)
  1. (in the US) a public official who acts as prosecutor for the state in a particular district.
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How to use da in a sentence?
the Quartet Suite was scored for flute, violin, viola da gamba, and continuo.
the site would really be da bomb if its content were updated more frequently.
the piece is scored for flute, violin, viola da gamba, and continuo.
that's what my auld da used to say.
I learned the songs from my da.
How to say da in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)دا, لولا دا, ده, المدعي العام
Bangla দা
Bulgarian (NOUN)га
Cantonese (Traditional)
Catalan (NOUN)dóna
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Croatian (NOUN)tužitelj, tata, ot
Danish (NOUN)ob
Finnish (NOUN)alkaen
French (NOUN)procureur
German (NOUN)Staatsanwalt
Greek (NOUN)ντα, δα
Haitian Creole reyalize
Hebrew (NOUN)דא, דה, התובע, שאבא
Hindi (NOUN)दा, डीए, डा
Hmong Daw ntaj
Hungarian (NOUN)Demeter
Italian (NOUN)procuratore
Japanese (NOUN)ダ, 検察
Korean (NOUN)검찰, 다
Persian (NOUN)دا, Dã
Portuguese (NOUN)promotor, procurador, MP
Querétaro Otomi xta
Romanian (NOUN)danciu, daniel, dana, dan
Russian (NOUN)да, ПДР, прокурор, д
Serbian (Cyrillic) Тата
Serbian (Latin) Tata
Spanish (NOUN)fiscal, pa
Tamil டா
Thai (NOUN)ดา, ต้า, ดานัง
Turkish (NOUN)dağlı
Ukrainian (NOUN)да
Urdu (NOUN)ڈا
Vietnamese (NOUN)đà
Welsh (NOUN)aa
Yucatec Maya Ku ts'aik
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