atishoo

[[t]ətɪ̱ʃuː[/t]]
Atishoo is used, especially in writing, to represent the sound that you make when you sneeze.

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  • atishoo — interjection The onomatopoeia for a sneeze. Syn: achoo, kerchoo …   Wiktionary

  • atishoo — a|tish|oo BrE [əˈtıʃu:] also achoo [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: From the sound of sneezing] a word used to represent the sound you make when you ↑sneeze …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • atishoo — interj. (British) achoo, sound made when sneezing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • atishoo — spoken a word used to represent the sound you make when you sneeze …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • atishoo — UK [əˈtɪʃuː] / US [əˈtɪʃu] interjection British used to describe the sound someone makes when they sneeze …   English dictionary

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