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Meanings of Tarzans:

proper noun

A fictitious character created by edgar rice burroughs. tarzan (lord greystoke by birth) is orphaned in west africa in his infancy and reared by apes in the jungle.

noun

A man of great agility or powerful physique.

Usage examples:

I'm no tarzan, but i can stay afloat

Tas

tɑː

Meanings of Tas:

abbreviation

Tasmania.

exclamation

Thank you

noun

Abbreviation for the territorial army

Meanings of Tash:

noun

A moustache.

Usage examples:

Both men are beautiful, pretty boys in different ways, both with long dark hair and beards and tash…
verb

Make sexual advances or engage in sexually intimate behaviour.

Usage examples:

So my best friend tashed on with my ex-fiancé last night even after i asked her not to

Meanings of Task:

noun

A piece of work to be done or undertaken.

Usage examples:

A new manager was given the task of developing the club's talent
verb

Assign a task to.

Usage examples:

Nato troops are tasked with separating the warring parties

Task-force

ˈtɑːsk ˌfɔːs

Meanings of Task-force:

noun

A group of people working together to do a particular job, esp. to solve a problem

Meanings of Tasked:

verb

Assign a task to.

Usage examples:

Nato troops are tasked with separating the warring parties
noun

A piece of work to be done or undertaken.

Usage examples:

A new manager was given the task of developing the club's talent

Tasking

ˈtɑː.skɪŋ

Meanings of Tasking:

verb

Assign a task to.

Usage examples:

Nato troops are tasked with separating the warring parties
noun

A piece of work to be done or undertaken.

Usage examples:

A new manager was given the task of developing the club's talent
adjective

Difficult, and involving a lot of effort

Usage examples:

Achieving this goal will be a long and tasking effort., it is obviously less physically tasking for…

Meanings of Taskmaster:

noun

A person who imposes a harsh or onerous workload on someone.

Usage examples:

He was a hard taskmaster

Meanings of Taskmasters:

noun

A person who imposes a harsh or onerous workload on someone.

Usage examples:

He was a hard taskmaster

Meanings of Tasks:

noun

A piece of work to be done or undertaken.

Usage examples:

A new manager was given the task of developing the club's talent
verb

Assign a task to.

Usage examples:

Nato troops are tasked with separating the warring parties

Meanings of Tasmanian:

adjective

Relating to tasmania or its people.

Usage examples:

The tasmanian wilderness
noun

A native or inhabitant of tasmania, or a person of tasmanian descent.

Usage examples:

Many tasmanians are personally divided on the issue

Tass

tas

Meanings of Tass:

noun

A cup or small goblet.

Usage examples:

She stopped only for a sip of sherry from the crystal tass on the countertop.
proper noun

The official news agency of the former soviet union, renamed itar-tass in 1992.

Meanings of Tassel:

noun

A tuft of loosely hanging threads or cords knotted at one end and attached for decoration to soft furnishings, clothing, or other items.

Usage examples:

Damask curtains were held by silk cords with gold tassels
verb

Decorate with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

The banner was tasselled with silk and golden cords

Meanings of Tasseled:

verb

Decorate with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

The banner was tasselled with silk and golden cords
adjective

Decorated with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

A pair of brown suede tasselled loafers
noun

A tuft of loosely hanging threads or cords knotted at one end and attached for decoration to soft furnishings, clothing, or other items.

Usage examples:

Damask curtains were held by silk cords with gold tassels

Tasseling

ˈtas(ə)l

Meanings of Tasseling:

verb

Decorate with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

The banner was tasselled with silk and golden cords
noun

A tuft of loosely hanging threads or cords knotted at one end and attached for decoration to soft furnishings, clothing, or other items.

Usage examples:

Damask curtains were held by silk cords with gold tassels

Meanings of Tasselled:

adjective

Decorated with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

A pair of brown suede tasselled loafers
verb

Decorate with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

The banner was tasselled with silk and golden cords

Tasselling

ˈtas(ə)l

Meanings of Tasselling:

verb

Decorate with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

The banner was tasselled with silk and golden cords
noun

A tuft of loosely hanging threads or cords knotted at one end and attached for decoration to soft furnishings, clothing, or other items.

Usage examples:

Damask curtains were held by silk cords with gold tassels

Tassels

ˈtas(ə)l

Meanings of Tassels:

noun

A tuft of loosely hanging threads or cords knotted at one end and attached for decoration to soft furnishings, clothing, or other items.

Usage examples:

Damask curtains were held by silk cords with gold tassels
verb

Decorate with a tassel or tassels.

Usage examples:

The banner was tasselled with silk and golden cords

Meanings of Tasses:

noun

A cup or small goblet.

Usage examples:

She stopped only for a sip of sherry from the crystal tass on the countertop.
proper noun

The official news agency of the former soviet union, renamed itar-tass in 1992.

Meanings of Tassie:

noun

A small cup.

Usage examples:

The demon drink is made almost respectable by giving it a friendly name - the amber nectar, the fro…
adjective

Tasmanian.

Usage examples:

The tassie government

Meanings of Tassies:

noun

A small cup.

Usage examples:

The demon drink is made almost respectable by giving it a friendly name - the amber nectar, the fro…
adjective

Tasmanian.

Usage examples:

The tassie government

Meanings of Taste:

noun

The sensation of flavour perceived in the mouth and throat on contact with a substance.

Usage examples:

The wine had a fruity taste
verb

Perceive or experience the flavour of.

Usage examples:

She had never tasted ice cream before

Taste-buds

ˈteɪst ˌbʌdz

Meanings of Taste-buds:

noun

A group of cells, found especially on the tongue, that allow different tastes to be recognized

Meanings of Taste-of:

idiom

To treat someone as badly as they have treated you

Meanings of Tastebuds:

noun

Any of the clusters of bulbous nerve endings on the tongue and in the lining of the mouth which provide the sense of taste.

Usage examples:

He'll tantalize your taste buds with his imaginative pizzas

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