The word tildáis is the present form of tildar in the second person plural. See the full tildar conjugation.

tildar

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tildar(
teel
-
dahr
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (grammar)
a. to put an accent on
Mi nombre es "Martín". Te olvidaste de tildar la "i".My name is "Martín." You forgot to put an accent on the "i."
b. to put a tilde over
Si tildas la "n" en "cano", el significado de la palabra cambia.If you put a tilde over the "n" in "cano," the meaning of the word changes.
2. (to label; used with "de")
a. to brand
La prensa tildó al político de "dictador fascista".The press branded the politician a "fascist dictator."
b. to call
Mis amigos me tildaron de cobarde porque no me animé a probar la comida picante.My friends called me a coward because I didn't dare to try the spicy food.
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tildar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (general)
a.
tildar a alguien de algoto brand o call somebody something
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tildar
transitive verb
1 (acusar)
tildar a algn de racista to brand sb (as) a racist; le tildaron de vago they dismissed him as lazy; they called him lazy
2 (Tipografía) (gen) to put an accent on; (sobre la n) to put a tilde over
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