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Tamarind

ˈtæm.ər.ɪnd

Meanings of Tamarind:

noun

Sticky brown acidic pulp from the pod of a tree of the pea family, widely used as a flavouring in asian cooking.

Usage examples:

Add the fish sauce, palm sugar, lime or tamarind, and thin coconut milk.

Tamarinds

ˈtam(ə)rɪnd

Meanings of Tamarinds:

noun

Sticky brown acidic pulp from the pod of a tree of the pea family, widely used as a flavouring in asian cooking.

Usage examples:

Add the fish sauce, palm sugar, lime or tamarind, and thin coconut milk.

Tamarins

ˈtam(ə)rɪn

Meanings of Tamarins:

noun

A small forest-dwelling south american monkey of the marmoset family, typically brightly coloured and with tufts and crests of hair around the face and neck.

Usage examples:

In marmosets and tamarins - the little south american monkeys that are, besides us, the only full-f…

Meanings of Tamarisk:

noun

An old world shrub or small tree with tiny scale-like leaves borne on slender branches, giving it a feathery appearance.

Usage examples:

They sing, chase each other around and hop from branch to branch in the tamarisk trees.

Meanings of Tamasha:

noun

A grand show, performance, or celebration, especially one involving dance.

Usage examples:

By the sound of it we can expect a joyful tamasha

Tamashas

təˈmɑːʃə

Meanings of Tamashas:

noun

A grand show, performance, or celebration, especially one involving dance.

Usage examples:

By the sound of it we can expect a joyful tamasha

Meanings of Tamashek:

noun

The dialect of berber spoken by the tuareg, sometimes regarded as a separate language.

Usage examples:

Walking 12 hours a day, eating the odd sheep, and learning the rudiments of tamashek, the language …

Meanings of Tamasic:

adjective

In the sankhya philosophy: characterized by a predominance of tamas over the other two gunas; of or relating to tamas.

Meanings of Tambala:

noun

A monetary unit of malawi, equal to one hundredth of a kwacha.

Usage examples:

Such fuel price hikes spell doom for a poor villager who has to add a few more tambalas when buying…

Meanings of Tambalas:

noun

A monetary unit of malawi, equal to one hundredth of a kwacha.

Usage examples:

Such fuel price hikes spell doom for a poor villager who has to add a few more tambalas when buying…

Tambour

ˈtambʊə

Meanings of Tambour:

noun

A small drum.

Usage examples:

As the tambour (drum) was a spurned instrument, only the triangle could bring a strong support dest…

Meanings of Tamboura:

noun

A long-necked lute or mandolin of balkan countries.

Usage examples:

It is played on instruments that include the gaida, kaval (seven-hole reed pipe), gadulka (pear-sha…

Tambouras

tamˈbʊərə

Meanings of Tambouras:

noun

A long-necked lute or mandolin of balkan countries.

Usage examples:

It is played on instruments that include the gaida, kaval (seven-hole reed pipe), gadulka (pear-sha…

Meanings of Tamboured:

noun

A small drum.

Usage examples:

As the tambour (drum) was a spurned instrument, only the triangle could bring a strong support dest…

Tambourin

ˈtambərɪn

Meanings of Tambourin:

noun

A long, narrow drum used in provence.

Usage examples:

The galoubet and tambourin are instruments that symbolise the musical spirit of provence.

Meanings of Tambourine:

noun

A percussion instrument resembling a shallow drum with metal discs in slots around the edge, played by being shaken or hit with the hand.

Usage examples:

Musical groups danced the samba all the way, beating bongo drums and shaking tambourines.

Tambourines

ˌtæm.bəˈriːn

Meanings of Tambourines:

noun

A percussion instrument resembling a shallow drum with metal discs in slots around the edge, played by being shaken or hit with the hand.

Usage examples:

Musical groups danced the samba all the way, beating bongo drums and shaking tambourines.

Meanings of Tambouring:

noun

A small drum.

Usage examples:

As the tambour (drum) was a spurned instrument, only the triangle could bring a strong support dest…

Meanings of Tambourins:

noun

A long, narrow drum used in provence.

Usage examples:

The galoubet and tambourin are instruments that symbolise the musical spirit of provence.

Meanings of Tambours:

noun

A small drum.

Usage examples:

As the tambour (drum) was a spurned instrument, only the triangle could bring a strong support dest…

Tambura

tamˈbʊərə

Meanings of Tambura:

noun

A long-necked lute or mandolin of balkan countries.

Usage examples:

It is played on instruments that include the gaida, kaval (seven-hole reed pipe), gadulka (pear-sha…

Meanings of Tamburas:

noun

A long-necked lute or mandolin of balkan countries.

Meanings of Tamburitza:

noun

A kind of long-necked mandolin played in croatia and neighbouring countries.

Usage examples:

There he learned the basics of tamburitza music and croatian dance, and practiced the croatian lang…

Tame

teɪm

Meanings of Tame:

adjective

(of an animal) not dangerous or frightened of people; domesticated.

Usage examples:

The fish are so tame you have to push them away
verb

Domesticate (an animal).

Usage examples:

Wild rabbits can be kept in captivity and eventually tamed

Tameable

ˈteɪ.mə.bəl

Meanings of Tameable:

adjective

If a wild animal is tameable, it can be trained to make it less dangerous and able to be around people

Usage examples:

Some species are more tameable than others., products to make your hair more tameable

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