the cry of an owlthe hoots of night birds
the sound of a car hornHe strode on, ignoring the car, in spite of a further warning hoot.
a high-pitched noise showing disapprovalHer confession was greeted with derisive hoots.
to drive (speakers or performers on stage) off by hootingThe protesters chanted, blew whistles and hooted.
to make a hootOut in the garden an owl hooted suddenly.
to blow (a car horn)Somewhere in the distance a siren hooted.
to make a hootBev hooted with laughter.
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in the sense of blare
to sound loudly and harshlyMusic blared from the flat behind me.
in the sense of call
to speak loudly so as to attract attention`Boys!' he called, `Dinner's ready!'
hoot 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
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