Definition of "ta-da" [ta-da]
- (interjection) voilà
Use "ta-da" in a sentence
- "And even when the story you're trying to tell is broad, it must fit on the size of a postage stamp with all the bravado and ta-da of a pop-up book."
- "But he has just finished taping his first "Worst Persons" Web video today's winner – ta-da!"
- "This results in behaviour in the general "Charlie" spectrum, which leads ta-da! to a lot of unhappy women and probably children, too."