poo-poo


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poo-poo

(po͞o′po͞o′) Slang
n.
1. Excrement.
2. An act of defecating.
intr.v. poo-pooed, poo-poo·ing, poo-poos
To defecate.
Idiom:
go poo-poo
To defecate.

[Baby-talk doubling of poo.]
Translations

poo-poo

[ˈpuːˈpuː] Ncaca f

poo-poo

n (baby-talk: = excreta) → Aa nt (baby-talk)
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