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tut

(a t-like sound produced by suction rather than plosion; conventional spelling pronunciation, tŭt)
interj.
Used to express annoyance, impatience, or mild reproof: "Tut, tut, child! ... Everything's got a moral, if only you can find it" (Lewis Carroll).

tut n. & v.

tut

(pronounced as an alveolar click; spelling pron tʌt)
interj, n, vb, tuts, tutting or tutted
short for tut-tut

tut

(pronounced as an alveolar click; spelling pron. tʌt)

also tut-tut,



interj., n., v. tut•ted, tut•ting. interj.
1. (used as an exclamation of contempt, disdain, impatience, etc.)
2. for shame!
n.
3. an exclamation of “tut.”
v.i.
4. to utter the exclamation “tut.”
[1520–30]

tut


Past participle: tutted
Gerund: tutting

Imperative
tut
tut
Present
I tut
you tut
he/she/it tuts
we tut
you tut
they tut
Preterite
I tutted
you tutted
he/she/it tutted
we tutted
you tutted
they tutted
Present Continuous
I am tutting
you are tutting
he/she/it is tutting
we are tutting
you are tutting
they are tutting
Present Perfect
I have tutted
you have tutted
he/she/it has tutted
we have tutted
you have tutted
they have tutted
Past Continuous
I was tutting
you were tutting
he/she/it was tutting
we were tutting
you were tutting
they were tutting
Past Perfect
I had tutted
you had tutted
he/she/it had tutted
we had tutted
you had tutted
they had tutted
Future
I will tut
you will tut
he/she/it will tut
we will tut
you will tut
they will tut
Future Perfect
I will have tutted
you will have tutted
he/she/it will have tutted
we will have tutted
you will have tutted
they will have tutted
Future Continuous
I will be tutting
you will be tutting
he/she/it will be tutting
we will be tutting
you will be tutting
they will be tutting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tutting
you have been tutting
he/she/it has been tutting
we have been tutting
you have been tutting
they have been tutting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tutting
you will have been tutting
he/she/it will have been tutting
we will have been tutting
you will have been tutting
they will have been tutting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tutting
you had been tutting
he/she/it had been tutting
we had been tutting
you had been tutting
they had been tutting
Conditional
I would tut
you would tut
he/she/it would tut
we would tut
you would tut
they would tut
Past Conditional
I would have tutted
you would have tutted
he/she/it would have tutted
we would have tutted
you would have tutted
they would have tutted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.tut - utter `tsk,' `tut,' or `tut-tut,' as in disapproval
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
Translations
تَعْبير يَدُل على الضَّجَر
ugyan!

tut

[tʌt] (also tut-tut)
A. EXCL¡vaya!

tut

[ˈtʌt] tut-tut [ˌtʌtˈtʌt]
exclallons, allons!
vi (in disapproval)exprimer sa désapprobation; (in annoyance)exprimer son agacement; (in sympathy)exprimer sa compassion

tut

[tʌt] (also tut-tut)
1. exclnon si fa così!
2. vi far schioccare la lingua in segno di disapprovazione

tut(-tut)

(tat(ˈtat)) interjection
used in writing to represent the sound used to express disapproval, mild annoyance etc.
References in classic literature ?
Tut, tut, tut," said Slightly, "this has cured her.
Tut, mother, it's not a four years' cruise this time.
Tut, tut,' returned the locksmith, rubbing his hands and warming them.
Tut, tut, child; tut, tut," responded Professor Porter, in a kindly and indulgent tone, "do not trouble your pretty head with such weighty and abstruse problems," and again he wandered slowly off in still another direction, his eyes bent upon the ground at his feet, his hands clasped behind him beneath the flowing tails of his coat.
Tut, tut," said the Sheriff, "'tis naught but a trade.
Last year the Israeli Ambassador to South Africa falsely claimed that TUT was forging and concluding relations with Israel.
He added that the majority of TUT s programmes are full for 2014.
The world's 20 major museums in the United States, Europe and Asia request their governments to pony up $1 billion each to rent Tut - loose change for those sending good money after bad to Greece, Portugal and who knows next.
The musical in two acts starts with a group of Egyptians mourning their dead King Ekhnaton (believed to be the father of Tut Ankh Amon).
And now new evidence suggests that Tut may have had a genetic mutation that causes weird physical effects like elongated skulls and under developed genitals.
The scientists speculated Tut was weakened by a broken leg possibly from a fall.
La descripcion de los TUT a cualquier nivel de generalizacion incluye una cuantificacion de: producto cultivado y de las practicas de manejo definidas por tamano de la unidad de produccion, intensidad de capital, densidad de mano de obra, fuente de energia y nivel de conocimientos tecnicos de los productores.