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Meanings of Torn-off:

phrasal verb

To quickly remove clothes

Usage examples:

She tore off her apron and ran into the living room.

Tornadic

tɔːˈneɪ.dɪk

Meanings of Tornadic:

adjective

Relating to or of the nature of a tornado.

Usage examples:

Tornadic storms tore through the midwest

Meanings of Tornado:

noun

A mobile, destructive vortex of violently rotating winds having the appearance of a funnel-shaped cloud and advancing beneath a large storm system.

Usage examples:

These clouds often bring thunder and lightning, and can also bring funnel clouds or even tornadoes.

Meanings of Tornadoes:

noun

A mobile, destructive vortex of violently rotating winds having the appearance of a funnel-shaped cloud and advancing beneath a large storm system.

Usage examples:

These clouds often bring thunder and lightning, and can also bring funnel clouds or even tornadoes.

Plural of tornado

Tornados

tɔːˈneɪdəʊ

Meanings of Tornados:

noun

A mobile, destructive vortex of violently rotating winds having the appearance of a funnel-shaped cloud and advancing beneath a large storm system.

Usage examples:

These clouds often bring thunder and lightning, and can also bring funnel clouds or even tornadoes.

Meanings of Toro:

noun

(in japanese cooking) tuna meat from the belly of the fish, pale pink and rich in fat and used in sushi and sashimi.

Usage examples:

Use more wasabi for fattier fish, such as toro or yellowtail, less wasabi on lean cuts, such as cla…

Meanings of Toroid:

noun

A figure of toroidal shape.

Usage examples:

A toroid generated by a circle; a surface having the shape of a doughnut.

Meanings of Toroidal:

adjective

Of or resembling a torus.

Usage examples:

Other curvature geometries such as elliptical, logarithmic parabolic, and log spiral can be used to…

Meanings of Toroids:

noun

A figure of toroidal shape.

Usage examples:

A toroid generated by a circle; a surface having the shape of a doughnut.

Meanings of Toronto:

proper noun

The capital of ontario and the largest city in canada, situated on the north shore of lake ontario; population 2,503,281 (2006).

noun

The largest city in canada, and the capital of the province of ontario

Meanings of Torontonian:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the canadian city of toronto.

Usage examples:

Scores of torontonians headed to city hall on monday to have their say about plans for the multibil…
adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the canadian city of toronto.

Usage examples:

The new restaurant has a modern torontonian menu

Meanings of Torotoro:

noun

(in japanese cooking) tuna meat from the belly of the fish, pale pink and rich in fat and used in sushi and sashimi.

Usage examples:

Use more wasabi for fattier fish, such as toro or yellowtail, less wasabi on lean cuts, such as cla…

Torpedo

tɔːˈpiː.dəʊ

Meanings of Torpedo:

noun

A cigar-shaped self-propelled underwater missile designed to be fired from a ship or submarine or dropped into the water from an aircraft and to explode on reaching a target.

Usage examples:

All aircraft dropped their bombs or torpedoes over the target, but on the return leg beaufort a9-21…
verb

Attack or sink (a ship) with a torpedo or torpedoes.

Usage examples:

The liner was torpedoed and sunk by a german submarine

Torpedoed

tɔːˈpiːdəʊ

Meanings of Torpedoed:

verb

Attack or sink (a ship) with a torpedo or torpedoes.

Usage examples:

The liner was torpedoed and sunk by a german submarine
noun

A cigar-shaped self-propelled underwater missile designed to be fired from a ship or submarine or dropped into the water from an aircraft and to explode on reaching a target.

Usage examples:

All aircraft dropped their bombs or torpedoes over the target, but on the return leg beaufort a9-21…

Meanings of Torpedoes:

noun

A cigar-shaped self-propelled underwater missile designed to be fired from a ship or submarine or dropped into the water from an aircraft and to explode on reaching a target.

Usage examples:

All aircraft dropped their bombs or torpedoes over the target, but on the return leg beaufort a9-21…
verb

Attack or sink (a ship) with a torpedo or torpedoes.

Usage examples:

The liner was torpedoed and sunk by a german submarine

Meanings of Torpedoing:

verb

Attack or sink (a ship) with a torpedo or torpedoes.

Usage examples:

The liner was torpedoed and sunk by a german submarine
noun

A cigar-shaped self-propelled underwater missile designed to be fired from a ship or submarine or dropped into the water from an aircraft and to explode on reaching a target.

Usage examples:

All aircraft dropped their bombs or torpedoes over the target, but on the return leg beaufort a9-21…

Meanings of Torpid:

adjective

Mentally or physically inactive; lethargic.

Usage examples:

We sat around in a torpid state
plural noun

(at oxford university) a series of races for eight-oared rowing boats held in hilary term.

Usage examples:

In my first year i rowed in torpids

Meanings of Torpidity:

noun

The state of not being active and having no energy or enthusiasm

Torpidly

ˈtɔː.pɪd.li

Meanings of Torpidly:

adverb

In a torpid way (= moving or thinking slowly)

Usage examples:

He finds a huge snake, torpidly digesting what is obviously a very large meal., he was lazing torpi…

Meanings of Torpids:

adjective

Mentally or physically inactive; lethargic.

Usage examples:

We sat around in a torpid state
plural noun

(at oxford university) a series of races for eight-oared rowing boats held in hilary term.

Usage examples:

In my first year i rowed in torpids

Meanings of Torpor:

noun

A state of physical or mental inactivity; lethargy.

Usage examples:

They veered between apathetic torpor and hysterical fanaticism

Torque

tɔːk

Meanings of Torque:

noun

A force that tends to cause rotation.

Usage examples:

The three-litre engine has lots of torque
verb

Variant spelling of torc.

Meanings of Torqued:

verb

Apply torque or a twisting force to (an object).

Usage examples:

He gently torqued the hip joint
noun

A force that tends to cause rotation.

Usage examples:

The three-litre engine has lots of torque

Torques

tɔːk

Meanings of Torques:

noun

A neck ornament consisting of a band of twisted metal, worn especially by the ancient gauls and britons.

verb

Variant spelling of torc.

Meanings of Torquing:

verb

Apply torque or a twisting force to (an object).

Usage examples:

He gently torqued the hip joint
noun

A force that tends to cause rotation.

Usage examples:

The three-litre engine has lots of torque

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