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English words starting with t

T

ˈtrɪtɪəm

Meanings of T:

abbreviation

Imperial or metric ton(s).

Usage examples:

Lithuania produced 512,000 t of sulphuric acid in 1989
contraction

The word ‘it’, attached to the end of a verb, especially in the transcription of regional spoken use.

Usage examples:

I'll never do’t again
suffix

Equivalent to -est2 (as in shalt ).

noun

The twentieth letter of the alphabet.

symbol

(in units of measurement) tera- (1012).

Usage examples:

12 tbytes of data storage
adverb

A unit of weight equal to 2,240 lb avoirdupois (1016.05 kg).

Temperature.

T-shirt

ˈtiː.ʃɜːt

Meanings of T-shirt:

noun

A type of shirt that covers the upper part of the body, has short sleeves and no collar, and is pulled on over the head

Usage examples:

He wore a t-shirt and jeans.

Ta

ˈtantələm

Meanings of Ta:

exclamation

Thank you.

Usage examples:

‘ta,’ said willie gratefully
abbreviation

(in the uk) territorial army.

Usage examples:

An officer in ta
noun

The chemical element of atomic number 73, a hard silver-grey metal of the transition series.

The chemical element tantalum.

Ta-ta

təˈtɑː

Meanings of Ta-ta:

exclamation

Goodbye

Meanings of Taal:

noun

Variant of tala1.

Meanings of Tab:

noun

A small flap or strip of material attached to or projecting from something, used to hold, fasten, or manipulate it, or for identification and information.

Usage examples:

The shopkeeper undid the clasp binding the date book closed and heaved it open, revealing a binder …
verb

Short for tableau curtains.

abbreviation

Totalizator agency board.

Tabard

ˈtæb.ɑːd

Meanings of Tabard:

noun

A sleeveless jerkin consisting only of front and back pieces with a hole for the head.

Usage examples:

The caretaker with her pale blue nylon tabard on

Meanings of Tabards:

noun

A sleeveless jerkin consisting only of front and back pieces with a hole for the head.

Usage examples:

The caretaker with her pale blue nylon tabard on

Meanings of Tabaret:

noun

An upholstery fabric of alternate satin and watered silk stripes.

Meanings of Tabarets:

noun

An upholstery fabric of alternate satin and watered silk stripes.

Meanings of Tabasco:

noun

A pungent sauce made from the fruit of a capsicum pepper.

Usage examples:

Nearly 12% of respondents keep condiments handy at their desks, particularly tabasco, soy sauce, sa…
proper noun

A state in south-eastern mexico, on the gulf of mexico; capital, villahermosa.

Tabbed

tæbd

Meanings of Tabbed:

verb

Mark or identify with a projecting piece of material.

Usage examples:

He opened the book at a page tabbed by a cloth bookmark
adjective

Using the tabs (= symbols at the top of the screen) on an internet browser to look at different pages

Usage examples:

Tabbed browsing lets you keep open multiple windows with different websites., use ok to close the t…

Meanings of Tabbies:

noun

A grey or brownish cat mottled or streaked with dark stripes.

Usage examples:

There are tabbies and toms in white, black, grey and ginger.
adjective

(of a cat) grey or brownish in colour and streaked with dark stripes.

Usage examples:

A young tabby tomcat

Meanings of Tabbing:

verb

Mark or identify with a projecting piece of material.

Usage examples:

He opened the book at a page tabbed by a cloth bookmark
noun

A small flap or strip of material attached to or projecting from something, used to hold, fasten, or manipulate it, or for identification and information.

Usage examples:

The shopkeeper undid the clasp binding the date book closed and heaved it open, revealing a binder …
abbreviation

Totalizator agency board.

Tabby

ˈtæb.i

Meanings of Tabby:

noun

A grey or brownish cat mottled or streaked with dark stripes.

Usage examples:

There are tabbies and toms in white, black, grey and ginger.
adjective

(of a cat) grey or brownish in colour and streaked with dark stripes.

Usage examples:

A young tabby tomcat

Meanings of Tabernacle:

noun

(in biblical use) a fixed or movable dwelling, typically of light construction.

Usage examples:

During this festival, the hebrews dwelled in booths or tabernacles made of branches, which symboliz…

Meanings of Tabernacles:

noun

(in biblical use) a fixed or movable dwelling, typically of light construction.

Usage examples:

During this festival, the hebrews dwelled in booths or tabernacles made of branches, which symboliz…

Tabes

ˈteɪbiːz

Meanings of Tabes:

noun

Emaciation.

Usage examples:

If no other symptoms of tabes can be found, it is an eye lesion.

Meanings of Tabescent:

adjective

Wasting away.

Usage examples:

He would be made to endure yet again the tabescent trauma of rejection

Meanings of Tabi:

noun

A thick-soled japanese ankle sock with a separate section for the big toe.

Usage examples:

We were supposed to move on to making kimono once we had completed the tabi, but mother did not wan…

Tabla

ˈtæb.lə

Meanings of Tabla:

noun

A pair of small hand drums used in indian music, one of which is slightly larger than the other and is played using pressure from the heel of the hand to vary the pitch.

Usage examples:

Thus, when you mix the hypnotic qualities of dance music with the mystical range of indian tablas, …

Tablas

ˈtæb.lə

Meanings of Tablas:

noun

A pair of small hand drums used in indian music, one of which is slightly larger than the other and is played using pressure from the heel of the hand to vary the pitch.

Usage examples:

Thus, when you mix the hypnotic qualities of dance music with the mystical range of indian tablas, …

Tablature

ˈtablətʃə

Meanings of Tablature:

noun

A form of musical notation indicating fingering rather than the pitch of notes, written on lines corresponding to, for example, the strings of a guitar or the holes on a flute.

Usage examples:

Some of them didn't read music or tablature

Meanings of Table:

noun

A piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface for eating, writing, or working at.

Usage examples:

She put the plate on the table
verb

Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting.

Usage examples:

More than 200 amendments to the bill have already been tabled

Meanings of Table-mat:

noun

A small cover that protects a table against heat damage from food containers or plates

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