moo Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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moonoun [C]

uk   us   /muː/ (plural moos)
(especially in children's books) the noise that a cow makes
moo
verb [I] uk   us  
Translations of “moo”
in Arabic مُواء…
in Korean 음메…
in Malaysian membuat bunyi lembu…
in French meugler…
in Turkish böğürmek, inek sesi…
in Italian muggito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 哞(牛叫聲,尤用於兒童讀物中)…
in Russian мычание…
in Polish muu…
in Vietnamese bò rống…
in Spanish mugir…
in Portuguese mugido…
in Thai ส่งเสียงร้อง (วัว)…
in German muhen…
in Catalan mugit…
in Japanese モー(ウシの鳴き声)…
in Indonesian melenguh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哞(牛叫声,尤用于儿童读物中)…
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