Other definitions for B/o (2 of 3)
Other definitions for B.O. (3 of 3)
Board of Ordnance.
Informal. body odor.
Theater. box office.
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How to use b.o. in a sentence
And two of those pricey railroads were never accurate: B&O never serviced Atlantic City, and there is no Short Line.Fidel Castro Hates Monopoly & 12 More Reasons to Love It | Caroline Linton | February 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In his most whining tones he drawled out, "B-o-y-s, I lost that money."Capturing a Locomotive | William Pittenger
As th' cauf had had nowt to ait nor drink all th' day it did not feel varry oomfortable, an' in a bit it went 'B-o-o-o-o-o-o-h!'Yorksher Puddin' | John Hartley
I heered the big bell go b-o-n-g, b-o-n-g and everybody sayin' 'There's goin' to be a war, there's goin' to be a war!'
Three distinct sounds are produced: "Puff, cluck, b-o-o-r-r-r-m-i."The Wild Turkey and Its Hunting | Edward A. McIlhenny
But just as he wor baan to back aght th' cauf gave another 'B-o-o-h!'Yorksher Puddin' | John Hartley
British Dictionary definitions for bo (1 of 5)
an exclamation uttered to startle or surprise someone, esp a child in a game
slang an exclamation of encouragement or an expression of enthusiasm
British Dictionary definitions for bo (2 of 5)
British Dictionary definitions for BO (3 of 5)
informal body odour
British Dictionary definitions for b.o. (4 of 5)
British Dictionary definitions for B/O (5 of 5)
accounting brought over
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