What does Yada mean?

‘Yada’ is slang for ‘Blah blah’

Ever find yourself in the middle of a long-winded story and you want to skip over some unnecessary details? That’s when you might use the slang term ‘Yada’. This term allows you to gloss over parts of a story that aren’t really important.

Another way to use ‘Yada’ is when you want to imply “and so on”. It’s a handy phrase for when you’re discussing something with lots of similar points or details and you don’t want to list them all out.

So next time you’re telling a story and you want to get to the good parts faster, or you’re explaining something with a long list of similar points, remember to use ‘Yada’. It’s a simple way to make your conversation more efficient and interesting.

Example for using ‘Yada’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear about Sarah’s party last night?

Yeah, I heard it was wild! πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ

Totally! The music, the dancing, everything was so much fun!

Yada yada… I can imagine! πŸ˜‰