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shooexclamation

 us   /ʃu/ infml
said to animals or to people to make them go away quickly: "Shoo! Get out of here!"
shoo
verb [T]  us   /ʃu/ (present tense shoos, present participle shooing, past tense and past participle shooed)
infml My husband shooed me out of the car.
(Definition of shoo from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shoo”
in Spanish ¡fuera!, ¡zape!…
in Vietnamese xuỵt…
in Malaysian syuh…
in Thai คำอุทานเพื่อขับไล่หรือตะเพิด…
in French ouste…
in German husch…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嘘(用以把动物或小孩赶走)…
in Indonesian hus!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噓(用以把動物或小孩趕走)…
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