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boo  Verb
Plural: boos
  1. Translate "boo" to Spanish: abuchear, chiflar, rechiflar, abroncar, ahuchear
    English Synonyms of "boo": hiss, mock, catcall, jeer, barrack
    Define meaning of "boo": Show displeasure, as after a performance or speech.
  2. The fans booed their team yesterday, Los fans abroncaron a su equipo ayer.

  3. Translate "boo" to Spanish: abuchear, chiflar
    English Synonyms of "boo": catcall, heckle, hoot off, jeer, shout down, barrack

boo  Noun
  1. Translate "boo" to Spanish: abucheo, pateo
    English Synonyms of "boo": barracking, booing, catcall, catcalling, hissing, jeer
    Define meaning of "boo": A cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt.

  2. Translate "Boo" to Spanish: Boo

  3. Translate "boo" to Spanish: marihuana, maría, marijuana, yerba, chocolate, juana, juanita, mafafa, monte, tabacón
    English Synonyms of "boo": grass, marihuana, marijuana, pot, birdwood, brand X, bud, blow, boo grass
    Define meaning of "boo": Addictive drug made from Indian hemp. ; Street names for marijuana.

boo  Adjective
  1. Translate "boo" to Spanish: excelente
    English Synonyms of "boo": cool, excellent, great, outstanding, A-class, A-one, blue-ribbon, awesome, first-rate
    Define meaning of "boo": Fashionable and attractive at the time; often skilled or socially adept.

boo  Interjection
  1. Translate "boo" to Spanish: bu, ole
    Define meaning of "boo": A cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt.

Verb Conjugation for "boo"
Gerund: booing

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