toot


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toot

 (to͞ot)
v. toot·ed, toot·ing, toots
v.intr.
1. To sound a horn or whistle in short blasts.
2. To make the sound of a horn or whistle blown in short blasts or a sound resembling it.
3. Slang To snort cocaine.
v.tr.
1. To blow or sound (a horn or whistle).
2. To sound (a blast, for example) on a horn or whistle.
3. Slang To snort (cocaine).
n.
1. A blast, as of a horn.
2. Slang A drinking binge.
3. Slang Cocaine, especially a small amount snorted at one time.

[Ultimately of imitative origin.]

toot′er n.

toot

(tuːt)
vb
to give or cause to give (a short blast, hoot, or whistle): to toot a horn; to toot a blast; the train tooted.
n
1. the sound made by or as if by a horn, whistle, etc
2. (Recreational Drugs) slang any drug for snorting, esp cocaine
3. slang US and Canadian a drinking spree
4. slang Austral a lavatory
[C16: from Middle Low German tuten, of imitative origin]
ˈtooter n

toot

(tuːt)
n
(Plants) NZ an informal name for tutu2

toot1

(tut)

v.i.
1. (of a horn or whistle) to give forth its characteristic sound.
2. to make a sound resembling that of a horn or whistle.
3. to sound or blow a horn, whistle, or wind instrument.
v.t.
4. to cause (a horn, whistle, or wind instrument) to sound.
5. to sound (notes, music, etc.) on a horn or the like.
n.
6. an act or sound of tooting.
[1500–10; akin to Middle Low German tuten, Swedish tuta in same sense; orig. imitative]
toot′er, n.

toot2

(tut)
Slang. n.
1. a binge, esp. a period of drunken revelry.
2. an inhaled dose of cocaine.
v.t.
3. to inhale (cocaine).
[1780–90; compare earlier argot touting heavy drinking, Scots tout, toot draft, swig]

toot


Past participle: tooted
Gerund: tooting

Imperative
toot
toot
Present
I toot
you toot
he/she/it toots
we toot
you toot
they toot
Preterite
I tooted
you tooted
he/she/it tooted
we tooted
you tooted
they tooted
Present Continuous
I am tooting
you are tooting
he/she/it is tooting
we are tooting
you are tooting
they are tooting
Present Perfect
I have tooted
you have tooted
he/she/it has tooted
we have tooted
you have tooted
they have tooted
Past Continuous
I was tooting
you were tooting
he/she/it was tooting
we were tooting
you were tooting
they were tooting
Past Perfect
I had tooted
you had tooted
he/she/it had tooted
we had tooted
you had tooted
they had tooted
Future
I will toot
you will toot
he/she/it will toot
we will toot
you will toot
they will toot
Future Perfect
I will have tooted
you will have tooted
he/she/it will have tooted
we will have tooted
you will have tooted
they will have tooted
Future Continuous
I will be tooting
you will be tooting
he/she/it will be tooting
we will be tooting
you will be tooting
they will be tooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tooting
you have been tooting
he/she/it has been tooting
we have been tooting
you have been tooting
they have been tooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tooting
you will have been tooting
he/she/it will have been tooting
we will have been tooting
you will have been tooting
they will have been tooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tooting
you had been tooting
he/she/it had been tooting
we had been tooting
you had been tooting
they had been tooting
Conditional
I would toot
you would toot
he/she/it would toot
we would toot
you would toot
they would toot
Past Conditional
I would have tooted
you would have tooted
he/she/it would have tooted
we would have tooted
you would have tooted
they would have tooted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toot - a blast of a horntoot - a blast of a horn      
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
2.toot - revelry in drinkingtoot - revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
revel, revelry - unrestrained merrymaking
Verb1.toot - make a loud noisetoot - make a loud noise; "The horns of the taxis blared"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
tootle - play (a musical instrument) casually; "the saxophone player was tootling a sad melody"
Translations
صَوْت البوقيَنْفُخُ في البوق
zatroubenízatroubit
dytdytte
flaut, pípflauta, pípa, òeyta lúîur
garsastrimituoti
pūst tauritaures skaņastaurēšanataurēt
boru/korna sesiçalmaköttürmek

toot

[tuːt]
A. Ntoque m, bocinazo m
he went off with a toot on the hornpartió con un breve toque de bocina
B. VT [+ horn] → tocar, hacer sonar
C. VI [person] → tocar la bocina, dar un bocinazo

toot

[ˈtuːt]
n (on whistle)coup m de sifflet; (on car horn)coup m de klaxon
vi (with car-horn)klaxonner; (with whistle)siffler
vt
to toot one's horn → klaxonner
to toot one's whistle → siffler

toot

vt to toot a hornauf dem Horn blasen or (child’s trumpet) → tuten; (in car, on bicycle) → auf die Hupe drücken, hupen; to toot a whistlepfeifen, auf der Pfeife blasen
vi (in car, on bicycle) → hupen; (train)pfeifen; (ship)tuten
n (in car, on bicycle) → Hupen nt; (of train)Pfiff m, → Pfeifsignal nt; give a quick toot (on car horn) → drück mal kurz auf die Hupe

toot

[tuːt]
2. vt to toot one's hornsuonare il clacson
3. visuonare; (with car horn) → suonare il clacson

toot

(tuːt) noun
a quick blast of a trumpet, motor-horn etc.
verb
to blow or sound a horn etc. He tooted (on) the horn.
References in classic literature ?
Then a whistle would toot, and across the curtain of the theater would come a little engine with a carload of something to be dumped into one of the receptacles; and then another whistle would toot, down by the stage, and another train would back up--and suddenly, without an instant's warning, one of the giant kettles began to tilt and topple, flinging out a jet of hissing, roaring flame.
By and by they came to the place where steel rails were made; and Jurgis heard a toot behind him, and jumped out of the way of a car with a white-hot ingot upon it, the size of a man's body.
She ain't no Toot Hill Lashmar, nor any o' the Crayford lot.
Then there was the music of the rattling harness, and the ring of the horses' feet on the hard road, and the glare of the two bright lamps through the steaming hoar frost, over the leaders' ears, into the darkness, and the cheery toot of the guard's horn, to warn some drowsy pikeman or the hostler at the next change; and the looking forward to daylight; and last, but not least, the delight of returning sensation in your toes.
It's the first toots of the REVEILLE; it goes, dear me, SO early in the morning
She had never forgiven the old ladies for yielding to Rose's pathetic petition that she might wait her guardian's arrival before beginning another term at the school, which was a regular Blimber hot-bed, and turned out many a feminine Toots.
On the other hand, there were the fox terriers, a score of them at least, who yelped fearful promises at Toots and Ysabel looking out of the windows at them and protected by a legion of housemaids armed with brooms and mops.
Among the terriers he stalked imperiously, and Toots and Ysabel he utterly ignored, for he was king,--king over all creeping, crawling, flying things of Judge Miller's place, humans included.
The discussion and quiz toots and the gradebook are less widely used, perhaps because they appear more complex to master, but they are used intensively by faculty who do adopt them.
Toot has served as president of the company since 1979 and as president and CEO since 1992.
So a neighbour made a hole above Toot and RSPCA inspector Trevor Walker lifted him, to safety.
Parents that tested Toot and Otto loved that the game called for problem solving skills and patience.