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goo-goo

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Pronunciation: /ˈɡuːɡuː
 
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informal

Definition of goo-goo in English:

adjective

1Amorously adoring: they made goo-goo eyes at each other
More example sentences
  • I saw you making your goo-goo romantic eyes at that chick in the baseball tee.
  • Can you two finish making goo-goo eyes at each other?
  • And it thinks it's romantic - but bringing a male and female together and letting them kiss and make goo-goo eyes at each other is hardly the basis of a good love story.
2(Of speech or vocal sounds) childish or meaningless: soothing goo-goo noises

Origin

early 20th century: possibly related to goggle.

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