Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [t'itoʊ]
meaning of the word
Tito, Marshal_Tito, Josip_Broz
Yugoslav statesman who led the resistance to German occupation during World War II and established a communist state after the war (1892-1980)
WHY TITO WAS SAFE.
"What makes the giant at work so late?" thought Tito.
The next day Tito remained away from home until late at night.
Even you are getting tired, with all your patience, my Tito; confess it.
Tito seemed to think yesterday that there was little prospect of the king's going soon."
Tito gave a slight start and quickened his pace, for the sounds had suggested a welcome thought.
By virtue of these conditions, the last three months had been a time of flattering success to Tito.
Romola, keenly sensitive to the absence of the usual response, took away her hand and said, "I am going, Tito."
"I happen to have the money," said Tito, who had been winning at play the day before, and had not emptied his purse.
"Well, then, to be plain with you, Niccolo mio, I want it myself," said Tito, knowing it was useless to try persuasion.