Definition of doo-doo in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈduːduː


[mass noun] informal
Excrement: they should fine people if they are not carrying a bag for their dog’s doo-doo figurative the company really is in deep doo-doo
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  • Had it not been for the batting contributions of the duo in the first innings England would have been in the doo-doo and likely staring at a 2-0 deficit in the series.
  • I'd have really landed in the doo-doo if you hadn't called.
  • Piggy doo-doo emits a distinctive scent.


1950s (originally a child's word): reduplicated respelling of do1 (sense 3) of the noun).

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