Definition of tum in English:

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tum

Pronunciation: /təm/

noun

informal
A person’s stomach or abdomen.
Example sentences
  • Personal shoppers are old hands at choosing the right garments to make fat arms look thinner, small breasts seem fuller and ways to conceal wobbly bums and tums.
  • Activities on offer include legs, bums and tums stability ball class; aerobics and cycling.
  • Lorraine and I survived another legs, bums and tums class last night.

Origin

Mid 19th century: abbreviation of tummy.

Words that rhyme with tum

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