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  1. tout

    • IPA[taʊt]

    英式

    • v.
      attempt to sell (something), typically by a direct or persistent approach;attempt to persuade people of the merits of
    • n.
      a person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.;a person soliciting custom or business, typically in a direct or persistent manner.
    • verb: tout, 3rd person present: touts, gerund or present participle: touting, past tense: touted, past participle: touted

    • noun: tout, plural noun: touts

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    • 1. British a person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.
    • a person soliciting custom or business, typically in a direct or persistent manner.
    • 2. North American a person who offers racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.
    • 3. Northern Irish, Scottish informal an informer.
    • adv.
      with no addition or qualification; simply: he saw religion as an illusion, tout court

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      with no addition or qualification; simply: he saw it as an illusion, tout court

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      everyone: he shouted ‘Bon appetit, tout le monde!’

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adv.
      immediately; at once: she left tout de suite

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adv.
      immediately; at once: she left tout de suite

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      everyone: he shouted “Bon appetit, tout le monde!”

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    • IPA[tout]

    美式

    • v.
      attempt to sell (something), typically by pestering people in an aggressive or bold manner: Jim was touting his wares
    • n.
      a person soliciting custom or business, typically in an aggressive or bold manner.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[to͞o]

    美式

    • dete
      used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance: le tout Washington adored him

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[taʊt]

    英式

    • dete
      used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance: le tout Washington adored him

    Oxford Dictionary