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tykenoun [C]

(also tike) uk   /taɪk/  us   /taɪk/
UK informal a child who behaves badly in a way that is funny rather than serious: Come here, you cheeky little tyke!
informal a young child

Tykenoun [C]

/taɪk/ UK informal
a person from the English county of Yorkshire: He wasn't born a Tyke, but he lived in Yorkshire most of his life.
(Definition of tyke from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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tykenoun [C]

(also tike)  us   /tɑɪk/ infml
a small child
(Definition of tyke from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tyke”
in Chinese (Simplified) 调皮鬼,小淘气, 小孩子…
in Chinese (Traditional) 調皮鬼,小淘氣, 小孩子…
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“tyke” in British English

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