tut tut

listen to the pronunciation of tut tut
Englisch - Türkisch
cik cik
tut
hay aksi!
tut
tüh!
tut-tut
Bir şeyin onaylanmadığını vurgulamak için söylenir: "Tut, tut, you shouldn't be reading other people's mail!"
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vah!
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cik cik
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tut! Vah
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{ü} Tut, tut! Bir şeyin onaylanmadığını vurgulamak için söylenir: Tut, tut, you shouldn't be reading other people's mail! A, başkalarının
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Sus! Adam sen de! Tut
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von tut tut im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

MA'TUT
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mağlup, yenilmi
TUT
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Dut
tut
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Englisch - Englisch
The sound of such an exclamation of disapproval
An exclamation of disapproval
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See tut tut
tut
A tutorial
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To make a tut tut sound of disapproval
tut-tut
To express such a sound, especially as a mild reproof
tut-tut
An expression of annoyance or impatience
tut
{e} expressing dislike
King Tut
(d. c1350 BC) Tutankhamen, king of ancient Egypt during the 18th dynasty
King Tut
Tutankhamen
interjection tut 1
tut-'tut the sound that you make by touching the top of your mouth with your tongue in order to show disapproval
tut
A word used in Lincolnshire for a phantom, as the Spittal Hill Tut Tom Tut will get you is a threat to frighten children Tut-gotten is panic-struck Our tush is derived from the word tut
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If you tut, you make a sound with your tongue touching the top of your mouth when you want to indicate disapproval, annoyance, or sympathy. He tutted and shook his head. tut-'tut tutted tutting to express disapproval by making a tut sound
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Tut is used in writing to represent the sound that you make with your tongue touching the top of your mouth when you want to indicate disapproval, annoyance, or sympathy
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Society Alt Ntul
tut
A hassock
tut
An imperial ensign consisting of a golden globe with a cross on it
tut
Be still; hush; an exclamation used for checking or rebuking
tut-tut
feelings Tut-tut is used in writing to represent the sound that you make with your tongue touching the top of your mouth when you want to indicate disapproval, annoyance, or sympathy. = tut
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If you tut-tut about something, you express your disapproval of it, especially by making a sound with your tongue touching the top of your mouth. We all spent a lot of time tut-tutting about Angie and her lifestyle The doctor tut-tutted, dismissing my words as excuses
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