EnglishEdit

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NounEdit

tute (plural tutes)

  1. (slang) Abbreviation of tutorial.
    • 1991 Hazel Holt, A lot to ask: a life of Barbara Pym, Dutton, p29
      Tute [tutorial] in the morning. Morrison couldn't think of much to say to us.'
    • 2002 Michael Singh, Worlds of learning: globalisation and multicultural education, Common Ground, p35
      The highlight of my day was at the end of the tute when the two Asian students came up to me and thanked me for letting them read.
    • 2009 Janet Giltrow & Dieter Stein, Genres in the Internet: issues in the theory of genre, John Benjamins Publishing Company, p127
      Many online genres - like the homless blog, the electronic petition, the review, and the "tute" [...] are often public
  2. (slang) Abbreviation of institute.
    How did you know I went to the tute?

EsperantoEdit

AdverbEdit

tute

  1. entirely; wholly; utterly; completely; totally
    La artikolo ne tute pravas.
    The article isn't entirely true.
    Ni tute certas, ke ni vidis fantomon.
    We are entirely certain that we saw a ghost.
    Pardonu min, sed mi tute forgesis vian nomon.
    Forgive me, but I've completely forgotten your name.

ItalianEdit

NounEdit

tute

  1. plural form of tuta

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From +‎ te.

PronounEdit

tūtē

  1. you self, you yourself
    • c. 45 BCE, Cicero, Tusculanes 2.62
      Tibi si recta probanti placebis, tum non modo tete viceris.
    • Ennius
      O Tite tute Tati, tibi tanta, tyranne tulisti!
      O thou tyrant, Titus Tatius, such great troubles you brought upon yourself!
    Tute dicebas!You yourself were speaking!
    Tute tibi imperes.You yourself should order you.
    Ut tete mihi praecepisti. — As you yourself have tought me.

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VenetianEdit

AdjectiveEdit

tute

  1. feminine plural of tuto
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