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tush

exclamation uk   /tʌʃ/ old use us  
used to say that something is stupid or not true

tush

noun [C] uk   /tʊʃ/ US slang us  
the part of your body that you sit on; bottom: I slipped on the ice and landed right on my tush!
Translations of “tush”
in Chinese (Traditional) 呸,啐(表示某事愚蠢或不真實)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 呸,啐(表示某事愚蠢或不真实)…
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