tutu

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Englisch - Türkisch
balerinlerin giydiği kat kat eteklik
kısa etek
{i} bale kostümü (etek)
{i} tüt

Balerinler tayt, tütü etek ve bale ayakkabısı giyiyorlardı. - The ballerinas wore tights, tutus and ballet slippers.

balerinlerin giydiği çok kısa ve kat kat kabarık eteklik
bale kostümü
tutu skirt
(Giyim) Balerin eteği
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çinko
Rehin, ipotek
Bale yapan kadının giydiği kısa kabarık giysi
Halay
ipotek, rehin
Englisch - Englisch
A ballet skirt made of layered stiff but light netting

The ballet dancer representing the swan wore a white tutu.

{i} Desmond Tutu (born 1931), archbishop and black leader in South Africa, winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize
[tew-TEW] This is the short classical ballet skirt made of many layers of tarlatan or net The romantic tutu is the long skirt reaching below the calf
A tutu is a costume worn by female ballet dancers. It has a very short stiff skirt made of many layers of material that sticks out from the waist. a short skirt made of many folds of stiff material, worn by ballet dancers (cucu, tutu , from cul)
very short skirt worn by ballerinas
{i} very short skirt worn by ballet dancers
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A side-blown horn used by the Aluku and other Guianese Maroons to communicate messages
South African prelate and leader of the antiapartheid struggle (born in 1931)
Desmond Tutu
{i} (born 1931) archbishop and black leader in South Africa, winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize
Desmond Tutu
a South African priest in the Anglican religion, who was Archbishop of Cape Town (1986-96). He had a leading part in the fight against apartheid, and he was given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. Nelson Mandela later made him head of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (1931- )
Sir Desmond Mpilo Tutu
born Oct. 7, 1931, Klerksdorp, S.Af. South African Anglican cleric. He studied theology at the University of South Africa and King's College, London. He became an Anglican priest in 1961 and bishop of Lesotho in 1976. In 1978 he became general secretary of the South African Council of Churches and an eloquent and outspoken advocate for the rights of black South Africans. He emphasized nonviolent protest and encouraged other countries to apply economic pressure to South Africa. In 1984 he received the Nobel Prize for Peace for his role in opposing apartheid. In 1986 he was elected the first black archbishop of Cape Town and titular head of South Africa's 1.6-million-member Anglican Church. He retired from the primacy in 1996 and became chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, charged with hearing evidence of human-rights violations under white rule. Since 1988 he has been chancellor of the University of the Western Cape in Bellville, S.Af
Sir Desmond Tutu
born Oct. 7, 1931, Klerksdorp, S.Af. South African Anglican cleric. He studied theology at the University of South Africa and King's College, London. He became an Anglican priest in 1961 and bishop of Lesotho in 1976. In 1978 he became general secretary of the South African Council of Churches and an eloquent and outspoken advocate for the rights of black South Africans. He emphasized nonviolent protest and encouraged other countries to apply economic pressure to South Africa. In 1984 he received the Nobel Prize for Peace for his role in opposing apartheid. In 1986 he was elected the first black archbishop of Cape Town and titular head of South Africa's 1.6-million-member Anglican Church. He retired from the primacy in 1996 and became chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, charged with hearing evidence of human-rights violations under white rule. Since 1988 he has been chancellor of the University of the Western Cape in Bellville, S.Af
tutus
plural of tutu
Türkisch - Englisch
mortgage
pawn
mortgage, pledge rehin, ipotek
pledge
hypothec
tutu

    Silbentrennung

    tu·tu

    Türkische aussprache

    tutu

    Aussprache

    /ˈto͞oˌto͞o/ /ˈtuːˌtuː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'tü-(")tü ] (noun.) 1913. From French tutu, an alteration of cucu, which is itself a reduplicated form of cul (“butt, bum, arse”).

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