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n. Slang
1. Toots.
2. A girl or young woman.
3. or toot·sy (-sē) pl. toot·sies A person's foot.

[Origin unknown. Sense 3, alteration of footsie, diminutive of foot.]


(ˈtʊt si)

n. Slang.
1. sweetheart; darling.
2. a prostitute.
[1900–05; of uncertain orig.]


tootsy [ˈtʊtsɪ] N
1. (= toe) → dedo m del pie; (= foot) → pie m
2. (US) (= girl) → chica f, gachí f
hey tootsie!¡oye, guapa!


[ˈtʊtsɪ] n (fam)
a. (toe) → ditino; (foot) → piedino
b. (Am) (old) → tesoro; (woman) → bella ragazza
hi, tootsie → ciao bella
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