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"poop" in British English

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poopnoun

uk   /puːp/  us   /puːp/
  • poop noun (SOLID WASTE)

[U] US informal (UK poo) solid waste from the body
  • poop noun (INFORMATION)

the poop US old-fashioned slang
information: Did you get the poop on all the candidates?

poopverb

uk   /puːp/  us   /puːp/
  • poop verb (TIRED)

be pooped US informal
to be very tired: I'm pooped! I must get some sleep.
  • poop verb (SOLID WASTE)

[I] US informal (UK poo) to pass solid waste from the body: Your puppy's just pooped right outside my front door.
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"poop" in American English

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poopnoun [U]

 us   /pup/
infml excrement
poop
verb [I]  us   /pup/
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