psst [pst]
Informal used to attract someone's attention, usually in an unobtrusive way

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  • psst — [pst] interjection [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Natural sound] a sound people make when they want to attract someone s attention without other people noticing ▪ Psst! Guess what? …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • psst — [ pst ] interjection used for getting someone s attention without other people noticing …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • psst — pst; psst → psitt ⇒PSIT, PSST, onomat. A. Onomat. interj. [Sous forme de son bref prononcé à mi voix ou sous forme de sifflement bref, parfois répété, gén. accompagné d un geste de l index ou de la main, servant à héler qqn ou à appeler un animal …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • psst — [[t]psst[/t]] Psst is a sound that someone makes when they want to attract another person s attention secretly or quietly. Psst! Come over here! one youth hissed furtively …   English dictionary

  • psst — interjection Implies that the speaker is sending secret or whispered information to another person. Psst, John, don’t tell anyone, but I’ve got lots of candy stashed away …   Wiktionary

  • psst — interjection used to attract someone s attention without other people noticing: Psst! There s someone coming! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • psst — /pst/, interj. (used to attract someone s attention in an unobtrusive manner.) Also, pst. [1870 75] * * * …   Universalium

  • PSST — Pressure Sore Status Tool (Medical » Physiology) * Professionally Speaking Singles Toastmasters (Miscellaneous » Toastmasters) * Photonics Simulation Software For Teaching (Computing » Software) * Plato Support Services Tip (Computing » Software) …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • PSST — Periodic Significant Scheduled Tasks NASA …   Acronyms

  • Psst — sibilant utterance used to secretively gain someone else s attention …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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