titch


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titch

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tich

n
informal jocular Brit used as a way of talking about or addressing a very small person
Translations
bas-de-plafond

titch

[tɪtʃ] Nenano/a m/f, renacuajo m
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Feeble Titch was taken to the vet after Duffy agreed to surrender her, and was found to weigh a only 20.8kg.
Opening in Barbados in the 1830s, it tells the story of Washington Black, an 11-year-old slave on a sugar plantation whose life is forever changed when he is removed from hard labor and "loaned" by his owner to Christopher "Titch" Wilde.
But Peggy and Titch's almost-tragic tale thankfully has a happy ending.
are loyal, and beside Peggy new "People were interested in Titch because she's younger and I thought Peggy might get left behind.
Titch Bobs is the best car salesman in rural Victoria, and enters the trials as a publicity stunt for his new car showroom; he takes along his wife, Irene, mother of their two children.
A FAMOUS Formby riding school has struck gold and cleared a major hurdle thanks to a tiny Shetland pony call Titch. Bowler's is now 50 years old and is celebrating a family business that began with little Titch back in 1941.
The horse, a retired thoroughbred called Titch, was one of four which had strayed onto busy 50mph stretch of road at around 2am on December 23.
Paul wants to find new owners for Sidney the Staffie, back at Battersea for the second time, boisterous Titch (who is ginormous), and high-maintenance Shih Tzu Millie, who arrives with two bags of clothes.
Can Paul convince him to pick up Titch, the huge American bulldog?
In this first episode a scruffy Yorkshire terrier, 8-year-old Titch, arrives at Battersea with such long dreadlocks that he struggles to move.