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adv. "By all means, certainly." (Weiser)
adv. "To the counter or opposite effect: to the contrary." (Weiser)
interj. "I certainly don't object."
"You want to rewrite the entry? Aderabe."
"If you want to learn, aderaba, you can sit at my desk." (Weiser)
"No, it's not a good idea to take your brother-in-law as a partner. Aderaba you'll be out of business before you know it." (Weiser)
"Therefore even if your Rabbi tells you that the knee is not part of the shuk, if the knee does get uncovered, the part of the thigh in the majority of cases gets uncovered as well. Aderabe, if you don't believe me, try on your straight skirts..." (source)
"You might think that the loudest class was the teacher's least favorite, but aderabe--she loves their enthusiasm."
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From Aram. אַדְּרַבָּא aderaba 'upon/until the greater', through Heb. אַדְּרַבָּה/אַדְּרַבָּא aderaba/aderabah 'on the contrary', through Yid. אַדרבא/אַדרבה ad(e)rabe 'not at all, on the contrary; certainly, by all means'
adaraba, ada raba, aderabe
The Yiddish word ád(e)rabe has stress on the first syllable. There also exists the Yiddish doublet אַדרבא־ואַדרבא ád(e)rabe-veád(e)rabe 'by all means, with the greatest of pleasure'.
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