boo boo

boo boo
boo boo [n1] small hurt black and blue mark, bruise, cut, injury, laceration, scratch, sore; concepts 309,728 boo boo [n2] small mistake blunder, error, gaffe, goof*, misstep, oversight, screw-up*, slip; concepts 101,230,410

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  • Boo Boo — may refer to:*Boo Boo (Yogi Bear) *Boo Boo, a chihuahua; the World s Smallest Living Dog *Bruise *Erroree also*Boo Heather ann Saari …   Wikipedia

  • boo-boo — n [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Perhaps from BOOB1] informal a silly mistake ▪ I made a bit of a boo boo asking her about David! …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • boo-boo — oo boo n. 1. an embarrassing mistake. Syn: blunder, blooper, bungle, foul up, flub, botch, boner, misdoing. [WordNet 1.5] 2. a minor injury, such as an abrasion on the skin; child s talk. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • boo-boo — ☆ boo boo or booboo [bo͞o′bo͞o΄ ] n. pl. boo boos or booboos [< baby talk] 1. Slang a stupid or foolish mistake; blunder 2. a minor injury or bruise: chiefly a child s usage SYN. ERROR …   English World dictionary

  • boo-boo — boo ,boo noun count INFORMAL 1. ) a mistake, especially an embarrassing one 2. ) AMERICAN a small cut or injury on your body. This word is used by children or when you are talking to children …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • boo-boo — mistake, 1954, apparently a reduplication of BOOB (Cf. boob), which had acquired a secondary sense of foolish mistake (1934) …   Etymology dictionary

  • boo-boo — ► NOUN informal ▪ a mistake. ORIGIN reduplication of BOOB(Cf. ↑boob) …   English terms dictionary

  • boo-boo — [“bubu] n. an error. (See also make a boo boo.) □ It’s only a small boo boo. Don’t stress yourself. D Another boo boo like that, and you are through …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • boo-boo — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms boo boo : singular boo boo plural boo boos informal a mistake, especially an embarrassing one …   English dictionary

  • boo-boo — I. /ˈbu bu / (say booh booh) noun 1. Colloquial an error, usually of judgement: she made a classic boo boo. –verb (i) (boo booed, boo booing) 2. to make an error. {origin unknown} II. /ˈbu bu / (say booh booh) noun Colloquial n …   Australian English dictionary

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