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tutu 1

Pronunciación: /ˈtuːtuː/

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A female ballet dancer’s costume consisting of a bodice and an attached skirt incorporating numerous layers of fabric, this being either short and stiff and projecting horizontally from the waist (the classical tutu) or long, soft, and bell-shaped (the romantic tutu).
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Actually on that Thursday morning, approximately half of the tutus did arrive - bodices without any decoration, made for one dancer - and skirts for another.
  • The grand pas de deux was danced in white with red trim and while Kitri's costume was beautiful the stiff tutu lacked grace.
  • It was beautiful - it had a short, puffy skirt that reminded me of a ballet tutu, with rhinestones decorating it, and a sleek and sexy shirt that hugged my boyish curves, and made me think that I looked beautiful.

Origen

Early 20th century: from French, child's alteration of cucu, informal diminutive of cul 'buttocks'.

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  • The female ballerina's costume gets its name from the French nursery. In French tutu is a child's alteration of cucu, an informal term for the bottom, from cul ‘buttocks’. The outfit originally referred to was the short classical tutu, with a skirt projecting horizontally from the waist. The leotard sometimes worn by dancers gets its name from that of the French trapeze artist Jules Léotard (1830–1870).

Palabras que riman con tutu

Basotho, Hutu, Lesotho, Mobutu, Sotho

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Hay 2 definiciones de tutu en inglés:

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tutu 2

Pronunciación: /ˈtuːtuː/

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A New Zealand shrub which bears poisonous purplish-black berries.
  • Coriaria arborea, family Coriariaceae.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • I have seen as many as half a dozen kakapos shaken off one tutu bush this way.

Origen

Mid 19th century: from Maori.

Más
  • The female ballerina's costume gets its name from the French nursery. In French tutu is a child's alteration of cucu, an informal term for the bottom, from cul ‘buttocks’. The outfit originally referred to was the short classical tutu, with a skirt projecting horizontally from the waist. The leotard sometimes worn by dancers gets its name from that of the French trapeze artist Jules Léotard (1830–1870).

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