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1. A phrase of agreement. A: "Roberta's photography is so beautiful." B: "And how. I could admire at it all day."
2. A phrase used to emphasize a statement as true. She's a great writer, and how! Her latest short story is wildly inventive.
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And how!

Inf. I agree! I am really excited you are here. And how! Bill: I am pleased you are here. Bob: Me, too! And how!
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

and how!

Emphatically so. This idiom is an interjection used to stress agreement, as in Did you enjoy the play?-And how! it was wonderful. It probably originated as a direct translation of the German Und wie! [1920s]
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and how!

very much so (used to express strong agreement). informal
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And how!

exclam. I agree! BILL: I am pleased you are here. BOB: Me, too! And how!
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and how

Informal
Most certainly; you bet: She's a good dancer, and how!
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