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tut

exclamation uk   /tʌt/ ( also tut-tut) us  
used in writing to represent the sound made to show you disapprove of something, or a word said twice in a humorous way to suggest disapproval: Tut, it's raining - I'm going to get soaked. You're late again - tut tut!

tut

verb [I] uk   /tʌt/ (-tt-) us  
to make a disapproving sound or speak in a disapproving way: He walked off, tutting to himself. [+ speech] "Still not out of bed?" she tutted (= said in a disapproving way).
Traducciones de “tut”
en chino (tradicionál) (表示不贊成或指責)嘖嘖(聲)…
en ruso ай-ай-ай!…
en turco Cık cık!'…
en chino (simplificado) (表示不赞成或指责)啧啧(声)…
en polaco no-no…
(Definition of tut from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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