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The meaning of Woo

ˈwuːˌwuː

Woo – definition

verb

Seek the favour, support, or custom of.

Usage examples:

Pop stars are being wooed by film companies eager to sign them up
verb

Try to gain the love of (someone), especially with a view to marriage.

Usage examples:

He wooed her with quotes from shakespeare
adjective

Variant form of woo-woo (noun).

adjective

Variant form of woo-woo (adjective).

adjective

Unconventional beliefs regarded as having little or no scientific basis, especially those relating to spirituality, mysticism, or alternative medicine.

Usage examples:

Some kind of metaphysical woo-woo
adjective

Relating to or holding unconventional beliefs regarded as having little or no scientific basis, especially those relating to spirituality, mysticism, or alternative medicine.

Usage examples:

Quartz crystals that were so popular with the woo-woo crowd

Woo translation into English

Woo: translate from English into Chinese

Translate woo into Chinese (Simplified)}
呜, 求爱, 魆, 追求

Woo: translate from English into Dutch

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Woo, Vrijen, Het hof maken, Scharrelen, Trachten te verkrijgen, Dingen naar de gunst van

Woo: translate from English into French

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Courtiser, Rechercher, Solliciter, Flatter, Chercher à plaire, Chercher les faveurs, Faire la cour à qn

Woo: translate from English into German

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Umwerben, Freien, Buhlen, Den hof machen, Suchen

Woo: translate from English into Hindi

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वू, विवाह का प्रार्थी होना, प्रेम दिखाना, प्रीति करना, विवाहार्थी होना

Woo: translate from English into Italian

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Corteggiare, Sollecitare, Cercare di conquistare

Woo: translate from English into Korean

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우, 구애하다, 얻으려고 노력하다, 간청하다

Woo: translate from English into Russian

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Добиваться, Ухаживать, Свататься, Докучать просьбами, Уговаривать

Woo: translate from English into Spanish

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Cortejar, Pretender, Requebrar

Word origin

1980s: probably in imitation of a wailing sound traditionally attributed to ghosts and humorously associated with mysticism and the supernatural.

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