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Bleh vs. Blech — What's the Difference?

Bleh vs. Blech — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Bleh and Blech

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Bleh

(slang) Used to reflect general indifference to a situation or topic.
- What did you think of the movie?
- Bleh. You?
Dec 28, 2021

Blech

A blech (from the Yiddish word בלעך (blekh) meaning "tin" or "sheet metal") is a metal sheet used by many observant Jews to cover stovetop burners (and for some, the cooker's knobs and dials) on Shabbos (the Jewish Sabbath), as part of the precautions taken to avoid violating the halachic prohibition against cooking on the Sabbath.
Dec 28, 2021

Bleh

(slang) An expression of mild disgust, possible imitative of vomiting
Dec 28, 2021

Blech

(slang) An imitation of the sound of gagging, used to express disgust or disdain.
Blech! Look at all those maggots!
Dec 28, 2021

Bleh

(slang) Mildly uncomfortable; not good.
I'm feeling a bit bleh.
Dec 28, 2021
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Blech

(slang) To have the vomiting reflex triggered.
Dec 28, 2021

Blech

(Judaism) A metal sheet used to cover stovetop burners on Shabbat to allow food to be kept warm without violating the prohibition against cooking.
Dec 28, 2021

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