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Translation of "boo" - English-Spanish dictionary

boo

verb   /buː/ ( present participle booing, past tense and past participle booed)
to make an expression of strong disapproval or disagreement abuchear People at the back started booing loudly. Her singing was so bad that she was booed off the stage.1173
noun   /buː/ ( plural boos)
the act of booing when someone makes an expression of strong disapproval or disagreement rechifla 1173
(Definition of boo from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boo

noun /buː/ ( plural boos)
a derisive shout, made eg by a disapproving crowd abucheo the boos of the disappointed football supporters.
(Definition of boo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “boo”
in Vietnamese tiếng la phản đối…
in Malaysian sorak bu…
in Thai เสียงร้องแสดงความไม่พอใจ…
in French huées…
in German der ‘Buh‘-Ruf…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喝倒彩…
in Indonesian ejekan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喝倒彩…
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