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Tu

abbr.
Tuesday

TU

abbr.
1. trade union
2. transmission unit
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TU

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) trade union
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Tu.

Tuesday.

T.U.

1. toxic unit.
2. Trade Union.
3. Training Unit.
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Translations

TU

(Brit) abbr of Trade UnionGew.
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