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illustration for tset - 'we, us'

Tset means ‘we‘ or ‘us’. It can appear as a word by itself, but also sometimes is written attached to a preceding verb. In certain context it shortens down to just -t.


Tset sounds like TSUTT. Some speakers say it more like CHUTT.

Audio: Elizabeth Phillips

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