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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoottoot1 /tuːt/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  CSif you toot your car horn, or if it toots, it makes a short high sound The taxi driver was angrily tooting his horn. A car tooted at us.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
tootI tooted Armstrong's horn as I passed him, but he didn't wave.Miki, the actor, has his trademark bicycle horn that he toots at the appropriate moments.He certainly tooted his own horn enough.Nor were they concerned by drivers who tooted horns as they sped past.A passing riverboat tooted its horn.They would only be a minute, Ballantyne said, tooting the horn and parking.Mr Toad was loose on the racetrack, yowling and tooting to himself and let all beware who saw him come.He's a floating penguin that literally toots with joy when he is pushed down under the water.