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Meanings of Tayra:

noun

A large, agile tree-dwelling animal of the weasel family, with a short dark coat, native to central and south america.

Usage examples:

When foster lost his funding, he left matola with custody of two jaguars, a puma, an anteater, a ta…

Tazza

ˈtɑːtsə

Meanings of Tazza:

noun

A shallow ornamental wine cup mounted on a foot.

Usage examples:

When the fashion for tazzas waned many had their central ‘trumpet’ foot removed and three or four s…

Meanings of Tazzas:

noun

A shallow ornamental wine cup mounted on a foot.

Usage examples:

When the fashion for tazzas waned many had their central ‘trumpet’ foot removed and three or four s…

Tb

tjʊˌbəːkjʊˈləʊsɪs

Meanings of Tb:

symbol

The chemical element terbium.

noun

Short for tuberculosis.

abbreviation

Terabyte(s).

Tbc

ˌtiː.biːˈsiː

Meanings of Tbc:

Abbreviation for to be confirmed: used when something has not yet been decided or is not yet known

Usage examples:

The meeting till take place on 4 april, venue tbc., the second girl (name tbc) was seen leaving the…

Tbs

ˈtɛrəbʌɪt

Meanings of Tbs:

noun

A large spoon for serving food.

abbreviation

Terabyte(s).

Written abbreviation for tablespoon or tablespoonful

Usage examples:

Thicken the sauce with 1 heaped tbs flour., in a large frying pan heat 2 tbsp oil.

Meanings of Tbsp:

abbreviation

Tablespoonful.

noun

A large spoon for serving food.

Written abbreviation for tablespoonful or tablespoon

Tc

tɛkˈniːʃɪəm

Meanings of Tc:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 43, a radioactive metal. technetium was the first element to be created artificially, in 1937, by bombarding molybdenum with deuterons.

The chemical element technetium.

Tch

Meanings of Tch:

exclamation

Used to express irritation, annoyance, or impatience.

Usage examples:

‘ tch, tch! i was afraid something like this would happen.’

Meanings of Tchaikovsky:

proper noun

(1840–93), russian composer; full name pyotr ilich tchaikovsky. notable works include the ballets swan lake (1877) and the nutcracker (1892), the first piano concerto (1875), the opera eugene onegin (1879), the overture 1812 (1880), and his sixth symphony, the ‘pathétique’ (1893).

Meanings of Tchervonets:

noun

A pre-revolutionary russian gold coin, worth three roubles.

Usage examples:

Sixty-six foreign chervonets [gold pieces of dutch, italian, or austrian origin] were used for gild…

Meanings of Tchotchke:

noun

A small decorative object

Usage examples:

My grandma's house was full of figurines and other tchotchkes.

Td

ˌtjɒxtə ˈdɔːlə

Meanings of Td:

abbreviation

(in the republic of ireland) teachta dála, member of the dáil.

Usage examples:

Tom meaney td
noun

(in the republic of ireland) a member of the dáil or lower house of parliament.

Te

tiː

Meanings of Te:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 52, a brittle, shiny, silvery-white metalloid resembling selenium and occurring mainly in small amounts in metallic sulphide ores.

The chemical element tellurium.

Meanings of Tea:

noun

A hot drink made by infusing the dried crushed leaves of the tea plant in boiling water.

Usage examples:

Katherine sipped her tea
verb

Drink tea or take afternoon tea.

Usage examples:

I teaed with professor herron

Tea towel

ˈtiː ˌtaʊəl

Meanings of Tea towel:

noun

A cloth used for drying plates, knives and forks, etc., after you have washed them

Meanings of Tea-break:

noun

A short rest from working, usually spent drinking tea or something similar

Usage examples:

We had a chat in our tea break.

Tea-room

ˈtiː ˌruːm

Meanings of Tea-room:

noun

A small restaurant where drinks and small meals, such as tea and cakes, are served

Tea-service

ˈtiː ˌset

Meanings of Tea-service:

noun

A set of small plates, cups, etc., with a matching design, for serving tea and small amounts of food such as cakes and sandwiches

Meanings of Tea-shop:

noun

A small restaurant where drinks and small meals, such as tea and cakes, are served

Meanings of Teacake:

noun

A light yeast-based sweet bun with dried fruit, typically served toasted and buttered.

Usage examples:

The menu mentioned toasted teacakes, scones, doughnuts, danish pastries and flapjack.

Teacakes

ˈtiː.keɪk

Meanings of Teacakes:

noun

A light yeast-based sweet bun with dried fruit, typically served toasted and buttered.

Usage examples:

The menu mentioned toasted teacakes, scones, doughnuts, danish pastries and flapjack.

Teacart

ˈtiːˌwæɡ.ən

Meanings of Teacart:

noun

A small table on wheels, sometimes with an upper and a lower shelf, for serving drinks and food

Meanings of Teach:

verb

Impart knowledge to or instruct (someone) as to how to do something.

Usage examples:

She taught him to read
noun

A teacher.

Usage examples:

She came to say ‘hi!’ to her old teach

Meanings of Teach an old dog new tricks: to change someone’s long-established habits. usually used in the negative:

idiom

Said to mean that it is very difficult to teach someone new skills or to change someone's habits or character

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