Translation of tot in Spanish:

tot

Pronunciation: /tɑːt; tɒt/

n

  • 1.1 (young child) pequeño, -ña (m,f), chiquito, -ta (m,f) (esp AmL)
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    • Many schools wore a festive look; sweets were distributed to tiny tots and one school provided free insurance cover for children.
    • Over 200 tiny tots, all orphans, from Helpage Care India and Sharada Mandir flocked to the club, off Mysore Road, to celebrate the event.
    • From tiny tots to teenagers, the camp is the place to be for those willing to spend free time - a valuable commodity these days - productively.
    1.2 (of alcohol) copita (f)
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    • In Ronald Burton Milner's case, the drop is a tot of whisky before he goes to bed and a glass of Guinness with his Sunday lunch.
    • She likes a tot of whisky and has always been a flirt, especially with the doctors.
    • His coachman's way of keeping warm was to have a tot of whisky while he was waiting for the Archbishop to come out of the theatre.

Phrasal verbs

tot up

(-tt- v + o + adv, v + adv + o)
[colloquial/familiar] sumar

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