In English, there is an expression that sound's like Ta-Da or Ta-Taan or Ta-Daaan
It's is the same meaning as the French expression as et-voilá?
- If yes how do you correctly spell it?
- If not what can be the more appropriate translation in English?
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I think the translation into English is "voila".
It's traditional for a magician, upon completion of a trick, to say, "voila!" Like, the girl gets in the box, he throws the cloth over it or spins it around or whatever, opens the door to reveal the box is empty, and says, "Voila! She's gone". (Maybe modern magicians think this is too cliche, but it's the stereotype.)
People occasionally say this when presenting something that they hope will impress. Like someone at a business meeting might say, "Our design team worked on the new model cell phone for six months, and voila, here it is!"