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boob

noun [C] uk   /buːb/ us  

boob noun [C] (BREAST)

very informal a woman's breast: You know her - blonde hair and big boobs.

boob noun [C] (PERSON)

US informal a stupid person

boob noun [C] (MISTAKE)

UK informal a silly mistake: Forgetting the president's name was a bit of a boob.

boob

verb [I] uk   /buːb/ UK informal us  
to make a silly mistake: He boobed rather badly by getting her name wrong.
Traducciones de “boob”
en español metedura de pata, teta…
en francés gaffe, poitrine…
en alemán der Schnitzer, die Titte…
en chino (tradicionál) 錯誤, 愚蠢的錯誤…
en ruso сиська, ляпсус…
en turco göğüs, meme, aptalca yapılan hata…
en chino (simplificado) 错误, 愚蠢的错误…
en polaco cycek, byk, gafa…
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