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moonoun [C]

 us   /mu/ (plural moos)
(esp. in children’s books) a written representation of the noise that a cow makes
moo
verb [I]  us   /mu/ (present tense moos, present participle mooing, past tense and past participle mooed)
(Definition of moo from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “moo”
in Korean 음메…
in Arabic مُواء…
in Malaysian membuat bunyi lembu…
in French meugler…
in Russian мычание…
in Chinese (Traditional) 哞(牛叫聲,尤用於兒童讀物中)…
in Italian muggito…
in Turkish böğürmek, inek sesi…
in Polish muu…
in Spanish mugido, mugir…
in Vietnamese bò rống…
in Portuguese mugido…
in Thai ส่งเสียงร้อง (วัว)…
in German muhen…
in Catalan mugit…
in Japanese モー(ウシの鳴き声)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哞(牛叫声,尤用于儿童读物中)…
in Indonesian melenguh…
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