tutear

tutear
transitive verb
1. (to be on familiar terms) 
Tutear al presidente puede considerarse una ofensa.Addressing the President as "tú" may be considered offensive.
En Argentina, puedes tutear a tu profesor.In Argentina, you can address your professor informally.
tutearse
reciprocal verb
2. (to be on familiar terms with each other) 
En Colombia, los amigos no se tutean. Se tratan de "usted".In Colombia, friends don't address each other as "tú." They use "usted."
Estamos en una fiesta, no en la oficina. Podemos tutearnos.We are at a party, not in the office. We can address each other informally.
tutear
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to address as “tú”, i.e. informally 
tutearse
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. to address each other as “tú”, i.e. informally 
tutear
transitive verb
tutear a algn to address sb as "tú" 2nd person sing; (2nd person sing) to be on familiar terms with sb
pronominal verb
tutearse
se tutean desde siempre they have always addressed each other as "tú"; they have always been on familiar terms
Examples
Verb Conjugations for tutear
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
tuteo
tuteé
tuteaba
tutearía
tutearé
tuteas
tuteaste
tuteabas
tutearías
tutearás
él/ella/Ud.
tutea
tuteó
tuteaba
tutearía
tuteará
nosotros
tuteamos
tuteamos
tuteábamos
tutearíamos
tutearemos
vosotros
tuteáis
tuteasteis
tuteabais
tutearíais
tutearéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
tutean
tutearon
tuteaban
tutearían
tutearán
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