- 1to dance to fast pop music
- 2to move or leave a place quickly Boogie on down the road. We’d better boogie on out of here before it gets too late.
NAmE//ˈbʊɡi//[intransitive] (informal)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they boogie
he / she / it boogies
past simple boogied
-ing form boogying