[ doo-jyn ]
/ ˈduˈdʒün /
noun Chinese History.
the title of a military governor of a province during the period 1916–28.
a war lord.
Origin of tuchun
1915–20; < Chinese (Wade-Giles) tu1 chün1, (pinyin) dūjūn literally, oversee troops
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Examples from the Web for tuchun
When the time came for after-dinner speeches, Mrs. Dewey told the Tuchun that his province must adopt co-education.The Problem of China|Bertrand Russell
British Dictionary definitions for tuchun
/ (tuːˈtʃuːn) /
(formerly) a Chinese military governor or warlord
Word Origin for tuchun
from Chinese, from tu to superintend + chün troops
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