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Spanish translation of “hoot”

hoot

verb /huːt/
to sound the horn of a car etc
tocar la bocina
The driver hooted (his horn) at the old lady.
(of car etc horns, sirens etc ) to make a loud noise, as a warning, signal etc
dar un bocinazo
You can’t leave the factory till the siren hoots.
(of owls) to call out
ulular
An owl hooted in the wood.
(of people) to make a loud noise of laughter or disapproval
abuchear
They hooted with laughter.
hooter noun an instrument which makes a hooting sound
sirena
the factory hooter.
not care a hoot / two hoots not to care in the least
no importar un rabano/pimiento
He doesn’t care two hoots what anyone thinks of him.
(Definition of hoot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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