Choo-choo



[choo-choo] /ˈtʃuˌtʃu/ Baby Talk.

noun
1.
a train.
2.
the sound of a steam locomotive.
verb (used without object), choo-chooed, choo-chooing.
3.
to make a sound like that made by a steam locomotive.
4.
to travel by train.
/ˈtʃuːˌtʃuː/
noun
1.
(Brit) a child’s name for a railway train
n.

Child’s name for “steam-engine locomotive,” 1895, echoic (choo-choo cars is attested from 1891).

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