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See also: Tuches



tuches (plural tucheses)

  1. Alternative form of toches
    • 1983, Mario Szichman (author), Roberto Picciotto (translator), At 8:25 Evita Became Immortal,[1] Ediciones del Norte, page 287,
      Jaime left his brother covered in front like one of those grooms one sees on wedding cakes, but with his tuches out in the air.
    • 1998, Eileen Pollack, Paradise, New York,[2] Temple University Press, →ISBN, page 84,
      She threw the paper back. “Wipe your tuches with your help, naah!”
    • 2008, Elisa Albert, The Book of Dahlia,[3] Simon and Schuster, →ISBN, page 87,
      “Your Abba is there to save your tuches, as usual.”