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toot

verb [I or T] uk   /tuːt/ us  
to make a short sound or series of short sounds, especially with the horn of a car as a warning: The driver tooted (her horn).
toot
noun [C] uk   us  
The waiting taxi gave a toot on its horn.
Translations of “toot”
in Spanish bocinazo, pitido, trompetazo…
in French note, coup…
in German das Hupen…
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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