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swoosh

view main entry for swoosh verb [intransitive/transitive]  /swuʃ/ /swʊʃ/
British English pronunciation: swooshClick to listen to the pronunciation of swooshBritish English pronunciation: swooshClick to listen to the pronunciation of swoosh

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swooshswooshes

  noun [countable]
British English pronunciation: swooshClick to listen to the pronunciation of swoosh
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