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tutú

Translation of tutú in English:

sustantivo masculino

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    (Río de la Plata) [lenguaje infantil] (auto)
    broom-broom
    [child lang]
Example sentences
  • Una de sus hijas, a quien le gusta el ballet, baila en un rincón luciendo el tradicional tutú.
  • Pero lo que llamaba realmente la atención es que dos patinadores eran muchachos, sí, vestidos con el mismo tutú.
  • Tul es la tela con que se hacen los velos de las novias o en el tutú de las bailarina.

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