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shoo

Definitions


[ʃuː], (Interjection)

Definitions:
- a word said to frighten or drive away a person or animal
(e.g: ‘Shoo,’ said Mrs Beavis to her girls, and the passage emptied)


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Origin:
a natural exclamation: first recorded in late Middle English. The verb use dates from the early 17th century


[ʃuː], (Verb)

Definitions:
- make (a person or animal) go away by waving one's arms at them, saying ‘shoo’, or otherwise acting in a discouraging manner
(e.g: I went to comfort her but she shooed me away)


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