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tote
American English: /toʊt/
British English: /təʊt/

Translation of tote in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (especially American English) [colloquial]
    (bag)
    cargar con
    gun-toting gangsters
    gángsters (masculine plural) armados
    Example sentences
    • He walked around several people toting heavy boxes, to the door where his folder had disappeared.
    • For a writer, toting a notebook and pen legitimizes virtually any activity carried out in a bar, restaurant or cemetery.
    • In other words, they are our anti-establishment, book toting superheroes.

Phrasal verbs

tote up

(American English)
tot up

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