There are 2 main translations of tit in Spanish:

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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] 1.1 (breast) to get on somebody's tits (British English) [vulgar]
    hincharle las pelotas a alguien [vulgar]
    1.2 (fool)
    (British English)
    pendejo, (-ja) (masculine, feminine) (Latin America except Southern Cone) [vulgar]
    huevón, (-vona) (masculine, feminine) (Andes) (Venezuela) [slang]
    boludo, (-da) (masculine, feminine) (Colombia) (River Plate area) [slang]

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