Definition of ’tude in English:

’tude

Syllabification: ’tude
Pronunciation: /t(y)o͞od
 
/

noun

informal
  • short for attitude. the song bristles with lotsa 'tude
    More example sentences
    • Jack lovers know that Jack Russell Terriers have a lot of 'tude.
    • It did have a lot of 'tude.
    • These are definitely clothes for a very, very cool girl with a lot of 'tude.

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