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tutu

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈtuː.tuː/
a very short skirt made of many layers of very thin, stiff material, worn by female ballet dancers
Translations of “tutu”
in Vietnamese váy xòe…
in Spanish tutú…
in Thai กระโปรงสั้นของนักบัลเล่ต์…
in Malaysian baju tutu…
in French tutu…
in German das Ballettröckchen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芭蕾舞裙…
in Indonesian rok balet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芭蕾舞裙…
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