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boo-boonoun [C]

us   /ˈbuˌbu/ plural boo-boos a child’s word
a mistake, or a small cut or injury: I did a boo-boo! I spilled coffee!
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boo-boonoun [C]

uk   /ˈbuː.buː/ us   /ˈbuː.buː/ plural boo-boos
informal a mistake: Oops, I think I made a boo-boo there - I hope she's not too upset.
US child's word a slight injury: Tess fell down and got a boo-boo on her hand.
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Translations of “boo-boo”
in Chinese (Simplified) 错误, 擦伤, 轻伤…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錯誤, 擦傷, 輕傷…
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