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    #1

    Smile duh!

    Pleae don't let this have happened(except--duh!--it has).
    "Oh,dear. I'll have to report this to the headtecher!" Miss Levy tut-tutted, staring at my poster.

    What does the interjection duh denote?
    Second, is headteacher equal to homeroom teacher or headmaster? Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: duh!

    Duh-obviously, of course,..
    Urban Dictionary: duh
    I think headteacher would be the equivalent of headmaster, but I'm not sure.


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    #3

    Re: duh!

    Quote Originally Posted by rancher247 View Post
    Duh-obviously, of course,..
    Urban Dictionary: duh
    I think headteacher would be the equivalent of headmaster, but I'm not sure.
    Thanks, rancher, for the abundant and interesting link.

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    Re: duh!

    A headteacher is head of a faculty - e.g. science headteacher, English headteacher and so on.
    Goodnight !

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