tutear – Wiktionary

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tutear (first-person singular current indicative tuteio, previous participle tuteado)

  1. to handle somebody informally, utilizing the pronoun tu, to thou

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+‎ -ear, with euphonic -t-. Examine French tutoyer.

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  • IPA(key): /tuteˈaɾ/, [t̪ut̪eˈaɾ]

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tutear (first-person singular current tuteo, first-person singular preterite tuteé, previous participle tuteado)

  1. (transitive) to handle somebody informally with , fairly than the formal usted or the casual pronoun vos utilized in sure nations; to thou
    • 2017 November 25, Jaime Rodríguez, “Vallejo y Varane, los ‘chicos formales’ [Vallejo and Varane, the “formal boys”]”, in El Mundo[1]:

      [] se dio la vuelta para estrechar la mano de su guardaespaldas: «Gracias por acompañarme». El central no gasta tatuajes ni peinados atrevidos. Cursa estudios de INEF en la Universidad de Zaragoza, se acordó de su novia en el discurso de presentación en el Bernabéu y hay que insistirle para que rompa a tutear.

      [] he turned to present his bodyguard a handshake: “Thanks for accompanying me”. The central defender does not put on tattoos or daring haircuts. He research Train and Sport Sciences on the College of Zaragoza, he remembered [to thank] his girlfriend at his introductory speech at Bernabéu, and you must insist that he begin utilizing .

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