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tut

verb [I]     /tʌt/ (-tt-)
to make a disapproving sound or speak in a disapproving way (表示不贊成或責難的)噓!嘖! He walked off, tutting to himself. 他走開了,口中嘖嘖不已。 [+ speech] "Still not out of bed?" she tutted (= said in a disapproving way). 「還沒起床?」她嘖嘖道。 Talking angrily
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in Chinese (Simplified) (表示不赞成或责难的)嘘!啧!…
(Definition of tut verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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