an interjection used to emphasize what is being said
Related words and phrases:
A husband and wife are talking after a long day ...
Wife: Welcome home. You sure are late.
Husband: You'll never believe the day I had. There was crazy traffic on the way to work so I arrived late. The boss gave me three new work assignments. I didn't have time for lunch and then driving home, there was an accident on the freeway and traffic was backed up for more than an kilometer.
Wife: Oh, man, what a difficult day you had.
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: Have you played that new video game?
Friend 2: Man. It sure is a lot of fun.
Friend 1: It was way more fun that I expected, too.
There is no gerund form for Oh, man.
1) Oh, man! look here. Look, look, down here!
2) It's like oh, man, please don't take away these jobs you weren't going to ...
3) That's unforgivable. Oh, man! And have you heard about this guy who said we should solve ...
4) They talk down to us. Especially here in the heartland. Oh, man. They think that, if we were just smart enough, we ...
5) Oh, man, this is great.
6) Oh, man, the comments on this page are a riot.
7) Oh, man -- it's pretty extreme.
8) And, oh, man, I could not have imagined just how fantastic it is to be ...
9) I thought, Oh, man, people are going to be very cynical about this.
10) Oh, man. That's not good.
11) Oh, man. I really have to go to the bathroom.
12) I didn't do anything. Those aren't mine. Oh, man, that's just for show.
13) Oh, man. Everything has changed already.
14) Oh, man, you're one of those Magic geeks?
15) Oh, man... What a great game that was!
16) Oh, man, something new has happened here.
17) Couldn't wait to get here to you. Oh, man I was flyin'.
18) Oh, man, I suck at this. I'm just going to practice at ...
19) Oh, man. It's great to hear your voice.
20) Oh, man, I love this.