poo


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poo

 (po͞o) Slang
v. pooed, poo·ing, poos
intr.v.
To defecate.
tr.v.
To defecate in (one's pants or bed).
n.
1. Excrement.
2. An act of defecating.

[Probably from pooh.]

poo

(puː)
interj, n, vb
another spelling of pooh
Translations
kaka
kakatakakka
cacare
bæsj
kupa

poo

[puː] (Brit) (baby talk)
A. Ncaca f
to do a poohacer caca
B. VT to poo one's pantshacerse caca encima
C. VIhacer caca

poo

[ˈpuː] ncaca m
References in classic literature ?
Such appeared, indeed, to be the case, for in a little while a courier arrived at the 'Ti', almost breathless with his exertions, and communicated the news of a great victory having been achieved by his countrymen: 'Happar poo arva
It stated: "This council recognises that there is an ongoing problem of dog fouling in Renfrewshire and commends Daventry District Council for making it illegal to walk your dog without carrying a dog poo bag.
Remember to always carry a poo bag with you whenever you take your dog out.
But all those extra layers give him some protection if my eyes and nose miss any dollops of poo in his path too.
I found that, short of using a catapult, after treading in the poo and covering one's carpet in this smelly mess and receiving a stern ticking off from the gaffer, sparkling glassy eyes is the lesser evil.
During July 25-27, Pup Pee Poo Palace will be attending SuperZoo, the most popular trade show for pet industry in United States.
I tie poo bags to trees in the hope the owner of the dog that regularly leaves a deposit on my lawn will use one someday.
The National Poo Museum has been created by members of the artist collective Eccleston George.
Posters featuring the strapline "Pick up the poo before they do" have been produced by Redcar and Cleveland Council to make dog owners think about the consequences of not clearing up after their pet, and to reinforce the message their behaviour won't be tolerated.
Martin and Dean decided to bring the work, originally developed by the author Tamsin Black as a colouring book for children, into the modern world by bringing Poo to life.
AI-JEN POO ENDS her book, The Age of Dignity, with a vision of herself at 80: waking in her own apartment for morning yoga, gardening, and bonding with her caregiver's children after school.