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to shoo so. away


Definition (British English)

shoo, away
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Definition (American English)

shoo, away
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shoo, away
Merriam Webster


shoo, away
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Shoo! - Kusch!Last post 01 Oct 13, 22:25
DWDS kuschen /Vb./ der Hund kuscht (sich) der Hund (hört auf zu bellen und) legt sich st17 Replies
shoo-ins Last post 27 May 08, 15:06
Many dealers say that buyers who would have been shoo-ins for a loan a year ago are now bein…1 Replies
shoo-inLast post 20 Apr 10, 22:01
"Ciena was a shoo-in once it acquired the Nortel Networks Ltd. Metro Ethernet Networks asset…5 Replies
to shoo so. out - jmdn. hinausdrängenLast post 07 Dec 09, 14:45
Her five children were always present in some combination, and the apartment was teeming wit…2 Replies
grumble and grouse; to shoo sb. outLast post 03 Jun 10, 15:15
Are these onomatopoetic words? Thank you for your help!1 Replies
Aufscheuchen - shoo up?Last post 27 Jul 07, 23:12
...the two flies still buzzed through the air in their restless dance. They never seemed to …5 Replies
shoo/chase the cat!Last post 15 Jun 08, 20:29
welches der beiden worte beschreibt "verscheuchen" besser?1 Replies
shoofly (also "shoo-fly"; also "shoofly track")Last post 02 Sep 16, 23:51
ShooflyTemporary track used to avoid an obstacle that blocks movement on the normal track se…3 Replies
apple of Peru, also apple-of-Peru - die Giftbeere, wiss.: Nicandra physalodesLast post 23 May 12, 13:42 Nicandra physalodes (L.) Scop. apple of Pe0 Replies
I didn't stop to shoo them elsewhere - Ich blieb nicht stehen, um sie woanders hin zu scheuchenLast post 18 Aug 09, 11:36
Ich blieb nicht stehen, ..., um sie woanders hin zu scheuchen ..., um sie woandershin zu sc…0 Replies

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