- vt. 使疲倦
- int. 呸（轻视之声）
- n. (Pooh)人名；(泰)朴
1. pooh, poop: "tired," perhaps imitative of the sound of heavy breathing from exhaustion.
2. pooh, poo, poop: "excrement," a children's euphemism, probably of imitative origin.
3. pooh: "a 'vocal gesture' expressing the action of puffing anything away", perhaps of echoic origin. natural exclamation.
4. 电影：小熊维尼: Winnie the Pooh.
- 1590s, "a 'vocal gesture' expressing the action of puffing anything away" [OED], first attested in Hamlet Act I, Scene III, where Polonius addresses Ophelia with, "Affection! pooh! you speak like a green girl, / Unsifted in such perilous circumstance. / Do you believe his tenders, as you call them?" But the "vocal gesture" is perhaps ancient.
- 1. In the past he has pooh-poohed suggestions that he might succeed Isaacs.
- 2. " Pooh!'Ways and means '?
- “ 对付的方法? 什么!
- 3. We could not pooh - pooh these things - they had an evil look.
- 4. Pooh! This meat is rotten.
- 嗳呀! 这肉臭啦.
- 5. They pooh - poohed our scheme for raising money.
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