Toot meaning

to͝ot
A blast, as of a horn.
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Cocaine, or a small amount of it sniffed at one time.
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To make a sound like a horn or whistle.
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To cause to sound in short blasts.
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To sound (tones, blasts, etc.) as on a horn.
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The noise of a horn or whistle.

He gave a little toot of the horn, to get their attention.

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(by extension, informal) A fart; flatus.
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To make the sound of a horn or whistle.
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To cause a horn or whistle to make its sound.
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To snort (cocaine).
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To sniff (cocaine)
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A short blast of a horn, whistle, etc.
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A drinking spree.
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(uncountable, slang) Cocaine.
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(informal) A spree of drunkness.
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To stand out, or be prominent.

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To peep; to look narrowly.

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To see; to spy.
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To go on a drinking binge.
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To sound a horn or whistle in short blasts.
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To make the sound of a horn or whistle blown in short blasts or a sound resembling it.
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To snort cocaine.
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To blow or sound (a horn or whistle).
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To sound (a blast, for example) on a horn or whistle.
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A drinking binge.
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Cocaine, especially a small amount snorted at one time.
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To blow a horn, whistle, etc. in short blasts.
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To sound in short blasts.
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Origin of toot

  • Ultimately of imitative origin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Compare Dutch toeteren (“to blow a horn") and German tuten (“to blow a horn").

    From Wiktionary