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toot

verb
 
/tuːt/ ( also honk)
toot your horn If a driver toots their horn, they make a short sound with the horn (= thing you press to make a warning noise).Driving and operating road vehiclesSounds made by objects, movement or impact
toot noun [C]
Translations of “toot”
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)(尤指汽車喇叭)發嘟嘟聲…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)(尤指汽车喇叭)发嘟嘟声…
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