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Tito

[tee-toh] /ˈti toʊ/
noun
1.
Marshal (Josip Broz) 1891–1980, president of Yugoslavia 1953–80.
2.
a male given name.
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  • The country's rulers, however, had no difficulty extricating themselves from this domination once Stalin broke with Tito.

    Area Handbook for Albania Eugene K. Keefe
  • Tito smelled the meat—everything had to be passed on by her nose.

    Johnny Bear E. T. Seton
  • Bardo paused, but neither Romola nor Tito dared to speak—his voice was too tremulous, the poise of his feelings too doubtful.

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

    Johnny Bear E. T. Seton
  • Tito had not only worked at digging all night, she had also trotted over thirty miles, half of it with a heavy baby to carry.

    Johnny Bear E. T. Seton
British Dictionary definitions for Tito

Tito

/ˈtiːtəʊ/
noun
1.
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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