Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: tito
IPA transcription: [t'ito ä]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: Tito, Marshal_Tito, Josip_Broz
    Meaning: Yugoslav statesman who led the resistance to German occupation during World War II and established a communist state after the war (1892-1980)
Usage examples
  • "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.