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    Question "bill and coo"?

    What is "bill and coo"?

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    Re: "bill and coo"?

    bill and coo (old-fashioned)

    If you bill and coo with someone you love, you talk quietly to them and kiss them.

    EX: [/i]I don't know why they bother to come out if they're going to spend all their time billing and cooing.[/i] (often in continuous tenses)

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    Note, 'bill' refers to a bird's beak, and 'coo' is the sound a bird makes when it is content.


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    I got it.Thanks you ~

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