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boo 1

 (bo͞o)
n. pl. boos
1. A sound uttered to show contempt, scorn, or disapproval.
2. Informal Any sound or word: You never said boo to me about overtime.
interj.
Used to express contempt, scorn, or disapproval or to frighten or surprise another.
v. booed, boo·ing, boos
v.intr.
To utter a boo.
v.tr.
To express contempt, scorn, or disapproval of by booing: booed the singer off the stage.

[Imitative.]

boo 2

 (bo͞o)
n. Informal
1.
a. A boyfriend or girlfriend.
b. A spouse.
2. Used as a term of endearment for such a person.

[African-American Vernacular English, possibly from alteration of beau.]

boo 3

 (bo͞o)
n. Slang
Marijuana.

[Origin unknown.]

boo

(buː)
interj
1. an exclamation uttered to startle or surprise someone, esp a child
2. a shout uttered to express disgust, dissatisfaction, or contempt, esp at a theatrical production, political meeting, etc
3. would not say boo to a goose is extremely timid or diffident
vb, boos, booing or booed
to shout "boo" at (someone or something), esp as an expression of disgust, dissatisfaction, or disapproval: to boo the actors.

boo1

(bu)

interj., n., pl. boos, interj.
1. (used to express contempt or disapproval or to startle or frighten.)
n.
2. an exclamation of contempt or disapproval: a loud boo from the bleachers.
v.i.
3. to cry “boo” in derision.
v.t.
4. to show disapproval of by booing.
[1810–20; expressive formation]

boo2

(bu, boʊ)
bō),
n. Slang.
[1955–60; of uncertain orig.]

boo


Past participle: booed
Gerund: booing

Imperative
boo
boo
Present
I boo
you boo
he/she/it boos
we boo
you boo
they boo
Preterite
I booed
you booed
he/she/it booed
we booed
you booed
they booed
Present Continuous
I am booing
you are booing
he/she/it is booing
we are booing
you are booing
they are booing
Present Perfect
I have booed
you have booed
he/she/it has booed
we have booed
you have booed
they have booed
Past Continuous
I was booing
you were booing
he/she/it was booing
we were booing
you were booing
they were booing
Past Perfect
I had booed
you had booed
he/she/it had booed
we had booed
you had booed
they had booed
Future
I will boo
you will boo
he/she/it will boo
we will boo
you will boo
they will boo
Future Perfect
I will have booed
you will have booed
he/she/it will have booed
we will have booed
you will have booed
they will have booed
Future Continuous
I will be booing
you will be booing
he/she/it will be booing
we will be booing
you will be booing
they will be booing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been booing
you have been booing
he/she/it has been booing
we have been booing
you have been booing
they have been booing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been booing
you will have been booing
he/she/it will have been booing
we will have been booing
you will have been booing
they will have been booing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been booing
you had been booing
he/she/it had been booing
we had been booing
you had been booing
they had been booing
Conditional
I would boo
you would boo
he/she/it would boo
we would boo
you would boo
they would boo
Past Conditional
I would have booed
you would have booed
he/she/it would have booed
we would have booed
you would have booed
they would have booed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.boo - a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contemptboo - a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell, call - a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition; "the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience"
Verb1.boo - show displeasure, as after a performance or speech
condemn - declare or judge unfit for use or habitation; "The building was condemned by the inspector"
applaud, acclaim, clap, spat - clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval

boo

noun
Any of various derisive sounds of disapproval:
Translations
صَوْتُ اسْتِنْكار وازْدِراءيُبْدي اسْتِنْكاره بالصَّوْت
bafvypískánívypískat
hujehujenpibe udpiben ud
buu
kifütyül
púapúa á, hrópa niîurúvanòóknunarhróp, pú
nepasitenkinimo švilpesysnušvilpti
izsvilptkliegšana (izrādot nepatikunepiekrišanu)svilpiens
bu
bauhuo
bubua
yuhyuh çekmekyuhayuhalamayuhalamak

boo

[buː]
A. Nrechifla f, abucheo m
he wouldn't say boo to a goosees incapaz de matar una mosca
B. EXCL¡uh!
C. VT [+ actor, referee] → abuchear, silbar
he was booed off the stagela rechifla le obligó a abandonar el escenario
D. VIsilbar

boo

[ˈbuː]
exclhou!
vihuer
vthuer
to boo sb off the stage → faire quitter la scène à qn sous les huées
nhuée f

boo

1
interjbuh; he wouldn’t say boo to a goose (inf)er ist ein schüchternes Pflänzchen
vt actor, play, speaker, refereeauspfeifen, ausbuhen; to be booed off the stageausgepfiffen or ausgebuht werden
vibuhen
nBuhruf m

boo

2
n (US inf: = partner, lover) → Schatz m (inf)

boo

[buː]
1. exclbu!
she wouldn't say boo to a goose (fam) → ha paura della sua ombra
2. n boos nplfischi mpl
3. vtfischiare
he was booed off the stage → l'hanno cacciato di scena a suon di fischi

boo

(buː) plural boos noun
a derisive shout, made eg by a disapproving crowd. the boos of the disappointed football supporters.
verbpast tense, past participle booed
to make such a sound at a person etc. The crowd booed (him).
References in classic literature ?
He bounced out at her from behind doors, booed at her in dark entries, clutched her feet as she went up stairs, startled her by shrill whistles right in her ear, or sudden tweaks of the hair as he passed her in the street; and as sure as there was company to dinner, he fixed his round eyes on her, and never took them off till she was reduced to a piteous state of confusion and distress.
Despite his strong condemnation of the booing, Warren Gatland was quoted as saying, "I suppose it's part of sport now - Tottenham got booed at the weekend.
Button said that he was quite surprised and was himself booed on the podium in Italy, because it was Ferrari's backyard, adding that it was a surprise in Singapore.
Caley Thistle fans booed when they were gubbed 5-1 by Motherwell last year - after a 10-game unbeaten run.
A lot of guys hadn't been booed before, and they couldn't believe how nasty it got in the stands.
But I'm surprised that anyone was surprised Evra was booed.
People get booed in panto all the time, and the punters don't really mean it.
After Liam Ridgewell's mistake at Charlton - and he made just one mistake - I was saddened by the response of some fans who booed.
He doesn't deserve to get booed, fans that boo should be ashamed of themselves cv3 THE booing of Leon Best when he was substituted was a disgrace.
THE fans who booed Ashley Cole at Wembley on Saturday were widely condemned yesterday.
THE FANS who booed Ashley Cole at Wembley should be ashamed of themselves for their "crazy" behaviour.