There are 3 main translations of coo in Spanish:

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coo 1

American English: /ku/
British English: /kuː/

intransitive verb

  • (dove/pigeon)
    zurear
    everyone was cooing over the baby
    todos estaban bobos con el bebé [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    • The doves are cooing and wooing and calling for love.

transitive verb

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coo 2

exclamation

  • (British English) [dated]
    ¡vaya! [colloquial]

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COO
American English: /ˌsiˌoʊˈoʊ/
British English: /siːəʊˈəʊ/

noun

  • Chief Operations (or Operating) Officer

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