Traducción de boo-boo en Español:

boo-boo

Pronunciación /ˈbuːbuː//ˈbubu/

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    boob
    • There were a couple of minor boo-boos in the tutorial.
    • You could make a big boo-boo if you make a roast beef dinner and they're a vegetarian,’ she said.
    • No one pays much attention to the nepotism in politics, until someone's sibling makes a boo-boo.
    • This is a big boo-boo and any knowledgable pasta person will tell you not to.
    • In all fairness, we often criticise the referee, but he definitely made a boo-boo that day.
    • You published some boo-boos about ‘Black Box Voting: Ballot-Tampering in the 21st Century.’
    • Other manufacturers have made some boo-boos too.
    • Finally Tully, my keeper of the dictionary, both you and your efficient secretary are still unable to pick up your spelling boo-boos.
    • Well, one of the wonderful things we know is that politicians will never admit they made a boo-boo, a real boo-boo.
    • Just when you think you've cracked this racing game, along comes a considerable boo-boo to remind you that you are human.
    • Here's a list of some of the biggest boo-boos that pilots make with aviation insurance
    • And so today I made a boo-boo on the website's structure, and my backup disappeared.
    • It's typical of me to get the technicalities right and then go and make a boo-boo in the text.
    • At this point, let me pause to say that my big boo-boo had already been committed.
    • Lucy gives me watertight fashion advice - if I involve her every step of the way, I don't make fashion boo-boos.
    • You're right, there probably aren't any glaring errors but I have actually found weird boo-boos here and there.
    • But if I have made an embarrassing boo-boo I have to admit it.
    • If this is happening, can you imagine what other boo-boos are being perpetrated?
    • Look like they've realised their boo-boo at last.
    • Not before Richard makes a big boo-boo, however.