listen to the pronunciation of boo
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yuhalama

Seyirciler yuhalıyor ve ıslıklıyor. - The audience is booing and hissing.

Tom sahneden yuhalandı. - Tom was booed off the stage.

Canım, tatlım gibi sevgi bildiren bir kelime
Boo! (Korkutma sesi)
ünlem Bööö
{i} ıslıklama
{f} ıslıklamak
boo boo
aptalca hata
boo boo
aptalca hata
not say boo to a goose
tavuğa kışt bile diyememek
make a boo boo
(deyim) Aptalca bir hata yapmak
make a boo boo
(deyim) cam devirmek, pot kırmak
çocuklara yüzünüzü saklayıp, sonra açıp göstererek ve "cee" diye seslenerek yapılan oyun
saçın perçemiyle bir gözü kapatan (saç modeli)
delikli (giysi), transparan (giysi)
Englisch - Englisch
An exclamation used by a member of an audience, as at a stage play or sports game, to indicate derision or disapproval of what has just occurred
A word used ironically in a situation where one might have scared someone, but said someone was not scared. Not said as loudly as in definition 1
A derisive shout made to indicate disapproval
To derisively shout extended boos at

The protesters loudly booed the visiting senator.

A close acquaintance or significant other, derived from French beau
A word used by someone who is inherently scary, such as a ghost or a vampire, to make a weaker person who is scared stiff flee. Usually used quietly, as with definition 2
To shout extended boos derisively

Nobody booed and nobody clapped.

A loud exclamation intended to scare someone, especially a child. Usually used when one has been hidden from the victim and then suddenly appeared unexpectedly
an expression used when someone stares at you for a long time and doesn't speak to you; you say boo!! "I said boo to that guy who just stared at me in the library"
a term of endearment, like baby
your boy/girlfriend: "He's my boo"
a name given to a recluse, or someone strange and antisocial, as in Boo Radley from To Kill A Mockingbird: "Watch out for Boo; he might be a serial killer"
Build, Own and Operate
Pet name for girlfriend or boyfriend (noun) pet name for a girlfriend or a boyfriend /"Does my Boo got it goin' on or what?!?"
{f} cry boo at to frighten; cry boo at to show disapproval
The rating you get on a step when you hit the arrow pretty off-beat
A derisive shout (as interjection definition 4 above)
inj 1 Dismay; blah Boo you!
a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
show displeasure, as after a performance or speech
German IT executive
{ü} cry of disapproval or contempt
Marijuana (obsolete)
If you boo a speaker or performer, you shout `boo' or make other loud sounds to indicate that you do not like them, their opinions, or their performance. People were booing and throwing things at them Demonstrators booed and jeered him He was booed off the stage. Boo is also a noun. She was greeted with boos and hisses. + booing boo·ing The fans are entitled to their opinion but booing doesn't help anyone
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You say `Boo!' loudly and suddenly when you want to surprise someone who does not know that you are there. see also peekaboo. to shout 'boo' to show that you do not like a person, performance, idea etc
a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt show displeasure, as after a performance or speech
{i} exclamation used to frighten or express disapproval
Significant other. (Ex. John is my boo.)
boo hoo
The sound of crying
boo hoo
it is not worth crying about

So you broke it. Boo hoo! Get a grip, and clean up the mess.

A mistake or error
A minor injury, such as a cut or a bruise
An exclamation of joy, excitement or triumph

2002 Geoffrey Litwack 2002 Annual by Geoffrey Litwack -- try to get an American Express Stanwood card. That way I can get free upgrades. Boo-ya! Not to Iowa, though. Out of the country.

Boo Radley
a character in the book To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) by Harper Lee. He is locked in the house by his father as a punishment, and is never allowed out. Because the people in the town never see him, they believe many strange stories about him, and think that he comes out at night to hunt and eat squirrels
an embarrassing mistake
a silly mistake (Perhaps from BOOB1)
A disapproving exclamation by a member of an audience

The riot sometimes spills over into the audience, and Kosky bears the proud scars of the booings he has endured.

Any imagined fear or threat, or a fear presumed larger than it really is

a fear had come upon them, and they had a kind of bug-a-boo terror about roving gangsters.

A mythical, nocturnal creature; a hobgoblin
na na na na boo boo
Alternative spelling of na-na na-na boo-boo
na-na na-na boo-boo
A taunt or putdown, typically used to indicate that the speaker believes he or she has beaten the listener in a competition or is better in some other way or in a general sense; or an expression of satisfaction that the listener has received some supposedly deserved minor punishment or misfortune (a schadenfreude)
peek-a-boo bra
A bra that is more revealing than usual, revealing more of the breast and often the nipple
peek-a-boo bras
plural form of peek-a-boo bra
Correct, satisfactory

I want everything to be all tickety-boo. I want to marry you properly according to the English law so that your people will know that I'm playing straight.

wouldn't say boo to a goose
describing a quiet, exceptionally shy person
yah boo
An expression of derision or scorn
(of a hairstyle) concealing one eye with a fringe or wave
(adjective) (of a garment) made of transparent fabric or having a pattern of small holes
(noun) a game played with a young child, which involves hiding and suddenly reappearing, saying ‘peekaboo’
past of boo
present participle of boo
game played with children that involves hiding and suddenly reappearing and shouting "peekaboo" or "boo