UK [ˈkɪdəʊ] / US [ˈkɪdoʊ] noun [singular] mainly American spoken
used for talking to a friend

Hey, kiddo, how's it going?

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  • kiddo — noun (plural kiddos) Etymology: 1kid Date: 1905 1. used as a familiar form of address < you ll be okay, kiddo > 2. child, kid …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • kiddo — kid|do [ˈkıdəu US dou] n plural kiddos [C usually singular] especially AmE spoken informal used by adults to address a young person ▪ Come on kiddo, let s go …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • kiddo — kid|do [ kıdou ] noun singular SPOKEN used for talking to a friend: Hey, kiddo, how s it going? …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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  • Kiddo — a word for a peer Hey kiddo whats up? …   Dictionary of american slang

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