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barrack

verb
     
bar‧rack [intransitive and transitive]
1 British English to interrupt someone, especially a performer or a player, by shouting criticism at them:
At the 1965 Newport Folk Festival Bob Dylan was barracked for using electric instruments.
2 Australian English to shout to show that you support someone or something

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