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Hi-de-Hi

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishHi-de-HiHi-de-Hi /ˌhaɪ diː ˈhaɪ/  a humorous British television programme from the 1980s about the people who worked at a holiday camp in southern England during the 1950s. The characters always said ‘Hi-de-hi’ as a cheerful greeting to the guests, especially over the tannoy.
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