poo

[poo]
noun Informal.
1.
excrement.
verb (used without object), pooed, pooing.
2.
to defecate.
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poo (puː)
 
interj, —n, —vb
another spelling of pooh

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poo definition


  1. n.
    and poo-poo. fecal material. (See also poop. Mostly juvenile. Usually objectionable.) : Don't step in that dog poo!
  2. in.
    to defecate. (Usually objectionable.) : That old dog pooed on our lawn.
  3. n.
    nonsense. (From sense 1. See also poo(h)-poo(h).) : I've heard enough of your poo.
  4. n.
    champagne. (From shampoo.) : How about another glass of poo?

  5. Go to poo(h)-poo(h). :
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Example sentences
Tadpoles and fish have also been observed recycling poo.
Sorry to poo in your pudding but there is quite a bit of evidence that pot use
  damages the brain rather heavily.
And to make matters worse, a narrow ledge about a foot below the top of the
  fence was covered in rat poo.
Our high hopes were washed away quicker than dog poo on the sidewalks.
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