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Meanings of Toys:

noun

An object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something.

Usage examples:

A toy car
verb

Move or handle (an object) absent-mindedly or nervously.

Usage examples:

Alan toyed with his glasses

Meanings of Toyshop:

noun

A shop which sells toys.

Usage examples:

Other retailers include farm shops, toyshops and schools.

Meanings of Toysome:

adjective

Given to or characterized by playfulness; light-hearted, frivolous; (also) †foolish, nonsensical (obsolete).

Meanings of Tpm:

noun

Abbreviation for total productive maintenance

Meanings of Tps:

noun

Short for third-person shooter.

Usage examples:

Has anyone tried playing a tps on a touchscreen?

Meanings of Tr:

abbreviation

Turkey (international vehicle registration).

Trabeation

ˌtreɪbɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Trabeation:

noun

The use of beams in architectural construction, rather than arches or vaulting.

Usage examples:

They refer to windows as ‘glazing’ or ‘fenestration’ and a beam or lintel as ‘trabeation’… nothing …

Meanings of Trabecula:

noun

Each of a series or group of partitions formed by bands or columns of connective tissue, especially a plate of the calcareous tissue forming cancellous bone.

Usage examples:

The cistern is traversed by delicate connective tissue trabeculae, which bridge across the interval…

Trabeculae

trəˈbɛkjʊlə

Meanings of Trabeculae:

noun

Each of a series or group of partitions formed by bands or columns of connective tissue, especially a plate of the calcareous tissue forming cancellous bone.

Usage examples:

The cistern is traversed by delicate connective tissue trabeculae, which bridge across the interval…

Plural of trabecula specialized

Tracasserie

trəˈkas(ə)ri

Meanings of Tracasserie:

noun

A fuss; a petty quarrel.

Usage examples:

All the intrigues and tracasseries of the cabinet

Meanings of Tracasseries:

noun

A fuss; a petty quarrel.

Usage examples:

All the intrigues and tracasseries of the cabinet

Trace

treɪs

Meanings of Trace:

verb

Find or discover by investigation.

Usage examples:

Police are trying to trace a white van seen in the area
noun

A mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something.

Usage examples:

Remove all traces of the old adhesive

Meanings of Traceability:

noun

The quality of having an origin or course of development that may be found or followed.

Usage examples:

They should push for full traceability of fish from boat to plate to ensure that all seafood sold i…

Traceable

ˈtreɪ.sə.bəl

Meanings of Traceable:

adjective

Able to be found or discovered.

Usage examples:

The roots of his difficulties are easily traceable

Meanings of Traced:

verb

Find or discover by investigation.

Usage examples:

Police are trying to trace a white van seen in the area
noun

A mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something.

Usage examples:

Remove all traces of the old adhesive

Meanings of Tracer:

noun

A person or thing that traces something or by which something may be traced.

Usage examples:

The night sky turned into a light show of artillery, flares, and tracers

Traceries

ˈtreɪs(ə)ri

Meanings of Traceries:

noun

Ornamental stone openwork, typically in the upper part of a gothic window.

Usage examples:

The rose designs were divided by tracery

Meanings of Tracery:

noun

Ornamental stone openwork, typically in the upper part of a gothic window.

Usage examples:

The rose designs were divided by tracery

Traces

treɪs

Meanings of Traces:

verb

Find or discover by investigation.

Usage examples:

Police are trying to trace a white van seen in the area
noun

A mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something.

Usage examples:

Remove all traces of the old adhesive

Trachea

trəˈkiː.ə

Meanings of Trachea:

noun

A large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage, extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and conveying air to and from the lungs; the windpipe.

Usage examples:

The conducting portion of the respiratory system includes the nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, naso…

Tracheae

trəˈkiːə

Meanings of Tracheae:

noun

A large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage, extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and conveying air to and from the lungs; the windpipe.

Usage examples:

The conducting portion of the respiratory system includes the nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, naso…

Plural of trachea specialized

Meanings of Tracheal:

adjective

Relating to the trachea (= the tube that carries air from the throat to the lungs)

Usage examples:

A tracheal tube, tracheal cancer

Tracheas

trəˈkiː.ə

Meanings of Tracheas:

noun

A large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage, extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and conveying air to and from the lungs; the windpipe.

Usage examples:

The conducting portion of the respiratory system includes the nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, naso…

Meanings of Tracheid:

noun

A type of water-conducting cell in the xylem which lacks perforations in the cell wall.

Usage examples:

Lignins occur in great quantity in the secondary cell walls of fibres, xylem vessels and tracheids.

Tracheids

ˈtreɪkɪɪd

Meanings of Tracheids:

noun

A type of water-conducting cell in the xylem which lacks perforations in the cell wall.

Usage examples:

Lignins occur in great quantity in the secondary cell walls of fibres, xylem vessels and tracheids.

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