English version

tot in Children topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtottot1 /tɒt $ tɑːt/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 informalSSC a very small child2 especially British EnglishDFD a small amount of a strong alcoholic drinktot of 🔊 a tot of rum
Examples from the Corpus
tot• Imagine all the trouble hordes of tots and teenagers can get into with nothing to do all day but hang around.• But others say parents have become overly eager when it comes to teaching tots about technology.• A playground and playhouse keep the tots happy while the teenagers have a ball with a whole host of absorbing activities.• Bookies are the spirits, the tots of rum.• The tot, aged five months, had been suffering breathing difficulties.• But neither expansion is planned to include anything but rides and exhibits and car-driving training schools for tiny tots.