There are 2 main translations of coo in Spanish

: coo1coo2

coo1

arrullar, v.

Pronunciation: /kuː//ku/

intransitive verb

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    (pigeon/dove) arrullar
    (dove/pigeon) zurear
    everyone was cooing over the baby todos estaban bobos con el bebé informal
    • The doves are cooing and wooing and calling for love.
    • Jet-black ravens squawked in the churchyard and storm-grey pigeons cooed in the park.
    • Most days she goes to the writer's room, a calm neutral space where doves coo outside.
    • Even as I tell people about our new garden, an image flashes up of friendly old men bending down over enormous cabbages, their pigeons softly cooing in the loft behind.
    • As I sat there, wistfully watching the kids run round me, I scattered some cheesy puffs and cashew nuts for pigeons which descended cooing and flapping to peck among the grit.
    • You're never sure if the phone's ringing in the distance, someone is moving about in the flat upstairs or a pigeon is cooing outside the window.
    • White winged doves coo, and a whiptail lizard scurries across the gravel.
    • Bluebells and ‘lords and ladies’ are poking up, and overhead early morning pigeons cooed gently in the trees or cruised the valley.
    • In the park the pigeons flap and coo, and a couple of girls wearing pink headscarves rock idly backwards and forwards on the red swings beside the climbing frame.
    • Birds flew through the trees and cooed peacefully from the branches.
    • It is peaceful - quiet now except for mourning doves cooing in a nearby mesquite.
    • A mourning dove cooed in the distance, accompanied by the never-ending drone of dragonflies and cicadas in the creek bed hidden behind the tall grass of the field.
    • I thought I would be in the gentle surroundings of my room at home but a strange, dark room greeted me; odd noises of pigeons cooing and taxis screeching and car horns blazing wildly in my ears.
    • He cradled the pigeon in his hands, listening to it coo gently before releasing it into the air.
    • Pigeons cooed from the rooftops of buildings, and rats scurried along the floor.
    • I say pigeon cooing because Joseph also likes the pigeons and his pigeon won a race last weekend.
    • Though there was still a haze of darkness, he could hear the starting of the pigeons cooing.
    • I could hear the pigeons cooing overhead, a constant cacophony of noise that filtered down from the eighth floor.
    • For a long time your body lies there while the pigeons mill about, cooing to one another.
    • As she walked pass the table, the dove flew up to her shoulder, cooing in her ear.

transitive verb

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    susurrar

There are 2 main translations of coo in Spanish

: coo1coo2

coo2

¡vaya!, interj.

exclamation

British
dated

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    ¡vaya! informal

There are 2 main translations of coo in Spanish

: coo1coo2

COO

Pronunciation: /ˌsiˌoʊˈoʊ//siːəʊˈəʊ/

noun

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    Chief Operations (or Operating) Officer