Shoo meaning

sho͝o
Used to frighten away animals or birds.
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To drive or frighten away by or as if by crying “shoo.”
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Go away; get out.
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To cry “shoo”
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To drive away abruptly, by or as by waving the hand or arm and crying “shoo”
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(informal) To induce someone or something to leave.

Don't just shoo away mosquitoes, kill them!

See if you can shoo off the insurance salesmen.

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(intransitive, informal) To leave under inducement.

You kids had better shoo before your parents get a call.

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(informal, rare) To usher someone.

Shoo the visitor in.

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(informal, demeaning) Go away! Clear off!
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Origin of shoo

  • Compare German scheuchen to scare, drive away.
    From Wiktionary