dada

IPA: dˈɑdɑ

noun

  • (childish) Father, dad.
  • (informal, Malaysia, Brunei) heroin
  • A cultural movement that began in Zürich, Switzerland during and as a reaction to World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1920, which primarily involved visual arts, literature (mainly poetry), theatre, and graphic design, and was characterized by deliberate irrationality, disillusionment, cynicism, nihilism, randomness, and rejection of the prevailing standards in art.
  • Alternative letter-case form of Dada (“cultural movement”). [A cultural movement that began in Zürich, Switzerland during and as a reaction to World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1920, which primarily involved visual arts, literature (mainly poetry), theatre, and graphic design, and was characterized by deliberate irrationality, disillusionment, cynicism, nihilism, randomness, and rejection of the prevailing standards in art.]

Examples of "dada" in Sentences

  • The site is straight out of dada.
  • Dada starts with an hour long talk.
  • The origin of the name Dada is unclear.
  • The origin of the word Dada are not confirmed.
  • Dada was a brief, highly influential movement.
  • Dada Kondke's storylines were always based on the simpleton.
  • Dada kept his simpleton image intact in all the following movies.
  • The movie was a big hit and made Dada's simpleton image a huge success.
  • Dada sends Munni to a moneylender who tries to molest her, but Munni escapes.
  • Initially he worked with printmaking, using abstract dada and Neo Dada styles.
  • She loves to say dada, which is completely adorable - just not at 2am in the morning!
  • C. TREDWAY: And the last videoconference, she actually ran to the screen, saying, "dada," waving.
  • The so called dada and dons have formally started their business and actively involved in organized crimes and anticrime activities too.
  • He created sleeves for Nick Lowe, the Damned, Ian Dury, Elvis Costello and more — many of which cleverly subverted art movements such as dada and constructivism.
  • In Duchamp's day the "art world" was tiny and the initiates were ready for a breakthrough-for new ideas and new media, for "dada" - and the big money wasn't there.
  • He is a lad of twenty-three with a young wife and a little three-year-old girl, who has learned to talk since "dada" saw her, and is her father right over -- full of fun, good-humor, and laughter.
  • He says "dada" now as well as "mama" he is walking all the time now (still falls a lot though too) He climbs on everything (my desk, the kitchen table, the high chair) so I have to watch him like a hawk.
  • So it's a weird, nonsensical cartoon, the kind of dada-ist, surreal stuff that abounded in the mid-'90s before networks realized that advertisers didn't want to buy time on "kids" shows that weren't actually comprehensible to kids.

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