|Okay, all right
|Awesome! / Great!
|vaah / vaah vaah
|Well done! / Proud of you!
|Okay (filler word)
|theek hai theek hai / badhiya
|Okay then (wrap up conversation)
|accha chalo theek hai
|Then / Okay / What else?
The case of Accha
Accha literally translates to ‘good’. However, it is also a multipurpose word used in informal speech to express different reactions/emotions and also as a filler word. It is heavily used in spoken Hindi. For identifying the meaning of accha in a certain context, pay attention to its intonation.
Another frequently used expression in spoken Hindi.
Suffix used to show respect/polite form of address. Example- Namaste Maya jee, Haan jee (Yes)
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