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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.]


(ˈtʊtsɪ) or


n, pl -sies
(Anatomy) a child's word for toe


or toot•sie

(ˈtʊt si)

n., pl. -sies. Slang.
a foot.
[1850–55; appar. expressive alter. of footsie]


n (baby-talk)Füßchen nt
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STRUGGLING restaurant chain Tootsies was placed into administration after owner Clapham House withdrew financial support from it.
Shares in Clapham House - which owns the Tootsies and Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK) chains - plunged after its gloomy trading update.
Carluccio's comments soothed concerns over prospects for the UK eating out market, with shares rallying sector-wide after falls seen yesterday on a profits warning from rival Clapham House, owner of Tootsies and the Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
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South African Zola Budd set a blistering pace with naked tootsies back in the 1980s.
In St Enoch Square, Glasgow, I toddled across coals burning at over 1200 degrees I and not a mark on ma wee tootsies.
Recently established restaurant group Urban Dining said it planned to roll out the Tootsies chain of burger restaurants into the Midlands after buying the company for pounds 30.
This week is National Foot Week -the ideal time to treat tootsies to a bit of buffing and beautifying.