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boo

verb [I or T] uk   /buː/ ( present participle booing, past tense and past participle booed) us  
to make an expression of strong disapproval or disagreement: People at the back started booing loudly. Her singing was so bad that she was booed off the stage.

boo

noun [C] uk   /buː/ ( plural boos) us  
the act of booing

boo

exclamation uk   /buː/ us  
an expression, usually shouted, used to surprise and frighten someone who does not know you are near them : She jumped out of the cupboard and shouted "Boo!"
Traducciones de “boo”
en español abucheo…
en francés huées…
en alemán der ‘Buh‘-Ruf…
en chino (tradicionál) 噓(某人), (向…)喝倒彩…
en ruso освистывать…
en turco yuhalamak, ıslıklamak, yüksek sesle protesto etmek…
en chino (simplificado) 嘘(某人), (向…)喝倒彩…
en polaco wygwizdać…
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