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pooh-poohverb [T]

uk   /ˌpuːˈpuː/  us   /ˌpuːˈpuː/ informal
to ​express an ​opinion that an ​idea or ​suggestion is ​silly or not ​worthconsidering: Some ​seeminglyreasonablepeople go on ​holiday and pooh-pooh the ​idea of ​wearingsunblock.
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Translations of “pooh-pooh”
in Chinese (Simplified) 对…不屑一顾,蔑视, 贬低…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對…不屑一顧,蔑視, 貶低…
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