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tit1 British & World English

A small songbird that searches acrobatically for insects among foliage and branches

tit2 British & World English

A woman’s breast

tit3 British & World English

The infliction of an injury or insult in return for one that one has suffered

Tit. British & World English

Titus (in biblical references)

blue tit British & World English

A small tit (songbird) with a blue cap, greenish-blue back, and yellow underparts, widespread in Eurasia and NW Africa

coal tit British & World English

A small Eurasian and North African tit (songbird) with a grey back, black cap and throat, and white cheeks

great tit British & World English

A tit (songbird) with a black head and white cheeks, occurring in many different races from western Europe to eastern Asia

marsh tit British & World English

A Eurasian woodland tit (songbird) with mainly grey-brown plumage, a shiny black cap, and white cheeks

bearded tit British & World English

A small long-tailed Eurasian songbird of the parrotbill family, the male of which has dark markings resembling a moustache, frequenting reed beds

crested tit British & World English

A small European tit (songbird) with a short crest, living chiefly in coniferous woodland

willow tit British & World English

A Eurasian tit (songbird) with mainly grey-brown plumage, a dull black cap, and white cheeks

penduline tit British & World English

A small tit-like Old World songbird that builds a nest suspended from a branch

arse over tit British & World English

So as to fall over in a sudden or dramatic way

long-tailed tit British & World English

A small Eurasian songbird that resembles a tit, having black, white, and pink plumage and a long slender tail, and building a domed nest

arse over tit in arse British & World English

So as to fall over in a sudden or dramatic way

cole tit in coal tit British & World English

A small Eurasian and North African tit (songbird) with a grey back, black cap and throat, and white cheeks

titbit British & World English

A small piece of tasty food

great tit in great British & World English

Used in names of animals or plants which are larger than similar kinds, e.g. great tit, greater celandine

penduline tit in tit1 British & World English

Used in names of birds that are similar or related to the tits, e.g. penduline tit, New Zealand tit

New Zealand tit in tit1 British & World English

Used in names of birds that are similar or related to the tits, e.g. penduline tit, New Zealand tit

tit English-Spanish

paro masculine, herrerillo masculine

Tit. A. New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus

blue tit English-Spanish

alionín masculine, herrerillo masculine

coal tit English-Spanish

azabache masculine, carbonero masculine (garrapinos)

great tit English-Spanish

herrerillo

tit for tat English Thesaurus

the routine diplomatic tit for tat when countries expel each other's envoys

tit for tat English-Spanish

it was tit for tat

it was tit for tat in tit for tat English-Spanish

fue ojo por ojo, diente por diente

a tit for tat killing in tit for tat English-Spanish

un asesinato en represalias

I've paid him back tit for tat in tit for tat English-Spanish

le he pagado con la misma moneda