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tit 1

American English: /tɪt/
British English: /tɪt/

noun

  • (Zoology)
    Example sentences
    • This behavior is especially prevalent among chickadees and tits that scatter hoard food items in foliage, branches, and bark of trees.
    • Scurrying about in the woodland fringes, hedges and feeding sites are finches, tits and thrushes keep your eyes open for the occasional hen harrier, merlin and sparrowhawk.
    • He pointed out that not only pigeons live in the South Parade area, but ravens, jackdaws, collared doves, blackbirds, thrushes, wagtails, tits and the now-endangered house sparrow.
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tit 2

American English: /tɪt/
British English: /tɪt/

noun

[slang]
  • 1 (breast)
    teta (feminine) [colloquial]
    to get on somebody's tits (British English) [vulgar]
    hincharle las pelotas a alguien [vulgar]
    Example sentences
    • I spread myself over him and rubbed my tits all over his chest.
    • Yes, you get to see the nipples on the finest tits in this hemisphere.
    • Now I don't actually have a problem with this, but I have to say that after a while I do start feeling self-conscious when guys just stare at my tits, or more precisely my nipples.
    Example sentences
    • The tit won fair and square, probably, but that doesn't make him any less odious, or any more right, or any more moral!
    • Number five, laugh uproariously as five fire engines come roaring up your street at four in the morning because some tit set off the fire alarm in the halls.
    • This morning my alarm clock woke me up, and I switched it to snooze thinking ‘what a tit, I set my alarm and it's Saturday.’
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