Tito

[tee-toh]
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noun

MarshalJosip Broz, 1891–1980, president of Yugoslavia 1953–80.
a male given name.

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  • Tito smelled the meat—everything had to be passed on by her nose.

    Johnny Bear

    E. T. Seton

  • Tito began to be much preoccupied with her impending duties.

    Johnny Bear

    E. T. Seton

  • Had there been a single Dog in the hunt that day Tito's history would have ended.

    Johnny Bear

    E. T. Seton

  • It must not be supposed that, in all this, Tito was a sweet, innocent victim.

    Johnny Bear

    E. T. Seton

  • Tito had many adventures in which she did not come out so well.

    Johnny Bear

    E. T. Seton


British Dictionary definitions for tito

Tito

noun

Marshal. original name Josip Broz. 1892–1980, Yugoslav statesman, who led the communist guerrilla resistance to German occupation during World War II; prime minister of Yugoslavia (1945–53) and president (1953–80)
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