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Meanings of Tsubo:

noun

A japanese unit of area equal to approximately 3.31 sq. metres (3.95 sq. yards).

Usage examples:

In 1936, for example, 91% of toy production took place in factories smaller than 10 tsubo, and the …

Tsunami

tsuːˈnɑː.mi

Meanings of Tsunami:

noun

A long, high sea wave caused by an earthquake or other disturbance.

Usage examples:

The loss of human lives from this latest tsunami is staggering

Tsunamis

tsuːˈnɑːmi

Meanings of Tsunamis:

noun

A long, high sea wave caused by an earthquake or other disturbance.

Usage examples:

The loss of human lives from this latest tsunami is staggering

Tsuris

ˈtsʊrɪs

Meanings of Tsuris:

noun

Problems or difficulties; trouble.

Usage examples:

The nba has its share of tsuris these days

Meanings of Tswana:

noun

A member of a southern african people living in botswana, south africa, and neighbouring areas.

Usage examples:

The rest were 10 indians, two americans, two koreans, one kenyan, five malawians, a belgian, one se…
adjective

Relating to the tswana or their language.

Usage examples:

The name kami means acceptance in the tswana language.

Tu-whit-tu-whoo

tuˌwɪt tuˈwuː

Meanings of Tu-whit-tu-whoo:

exclamation

Used in writing to represent the sound made by an owl

Tuan

ˈtjuːən

Meanings of Tuan:

noun

Another term for phascogale.

Tuareg

ˈtwɑːrɛɡ

Meanings of Tuareg:

noun

A member of a berber people of the western and central sahara, living mainly in algeria, mali, niger, and western libya, traditionally as nomadic pastoralists.

Usage examples:

For centuries the nomadic tuaregs of the sahara, warned off by legends of diabolical fumes and flam…
adjective

Relating to the tuareg.

Usage examples:

Our analyses helped to establish the earliest possible date of manufacture and to identify the incr…

Meanings of Tuatara:

noun

A nocturnal burrowing lizard-like reptile with a crest of soft spines along its back, now confined to some small islands off new zealand.

Usage examples:

Finally, today's snakes, lizards, turtles, the tuatara, and crocodiles do enjoy a surprisingly broa…

Tuataras

ˌtuːəˈtɑːrə

Meanings of Tuataras:

noun

A nocturnal burrowing lizard-like reptile with a crest of soft spines along its back, now confined to some small islands off new zealand.

Usage examples:

Finally, today's snakes, lizards, turtles, the tuatara, and crocodiles do enjoy a surprisingly broa…

Meanings of Tub:

noun

A wide, open, deep, typically round container with a flat bottom used for holding liquids, growing plants, etc.

Usage examples:

A rainwater tub
verb

Plant in a tub.

Usage examples:

Plant them in drifts at the front of your borders, tub them, fill a window box with them: they go a…

Meanings of Tuba:

noun

A large brass wind instrument of bass pitch, with three to six valves and a broad bell typically facing upwards.

Usage examples:

She plays the violin, viola and piano, while antonin plays the viola, cello, double bass, tuba, gui…

Tubal

ˈtʃuː.bəl

Meanings of Tubal:

adjective

Relating to or occurring in a tube, especially the fallopian tubes.

Usage examples:

In nulliparous women, in the upright position, their long axis is vertical; it has lateral and mesi…

Meanings of Tubas:

noun

A large brass wind instrument of bass pitch, with three to six valves and a broad bell typically facing upwards.

Usage examples:

She plays the violin, viola and piano, while antonin plays the viola, cello, double bass, tuba, gui…

Meanings of Tubbable:

adjective

(especially of fabric or clothes) suitable for washing in a tub or washing machine.

Usage examples:

Lovely tubbable crepe and satin

Tubbed

tʌb

Meanings of Tubbed:

verb

Plant in a tub.

Usage examples:

Plant them in drifts at the front of your borders, tub them, fill a window box with them: they go a…
noun

A wide, open, deep, typically round container with a flat bottom used for holding liquids, growing plants, etc.

Usage examples:

A rainwater tub

Tubbier

ˈtʌb.i

Meanings of Tubbier:

adjective

Short and rather fat.

Usage examples:

A small, tubby man

Tubbiest

ˈtʌbi

Meanings of Tubbiest:

adjective

Short and rather fat.

Usage examples:

A small, tubby man

Meanings of Tubbing:

verb

Plant in a tub.

Usage examples:

Plant them in drifts at the front of your borders, tub them, fill a window box with them: they go a…
noun

A wide, open, deep, typically round container with a flat bottom used for holding liquids, growing plants, etc.

Usage examples:

A rainwater tub

Tubby

ˈtʌb.i

Meanings of Tubby:

adjective

Short and rather fat.

Usage examples:

A small, tubby man

Tube

tjuːb

Meanings of Tube:

noun

A long, hollow cylinder of metal, plastic, glass, etc. for holding or transporting something, chiefly liquids or gases.

Usage examples:

A plastic tube is connected to the tap and the beer is ready to be pulled
verb

Fit (a person or animal) with a tube to assist breathing, especially after a laryngotomy.

Usage examples:

The charge stemmed from his failure to properly record how he treated hip wolf on the day she was a…

Meanings of Tubectomies:

noun

Another term for salpingectomy.

Tubectomy

tjuːˈbɛktəmi

Meanings of Tubectomy:

noun

Another term for salpingectomy.

Tubed

tjuːb

Meanings of Tubed:

verb

Fit (a person or animal) with a tube to assist breathing, especially after a laryngotomy.

Usage examples:

The charge stemmed from his failure to properly record how he treated hip wolf on the day she was a…
noun

A long, hollow cylinder of metal, plastic, glass, etc. for holding or transporting something, chiefly liquids or gases.

Usage examples:

A plastic tube is connected to the tap and the beer is ready to be pulled

Meanings of Tuber:

noun

A much thickened underground part of a stem or rhizome, e.g. in the potato, serving as a food reserve and bearing buds from which new plants arise.

Usage examples:

By contrast to leaves, potato tubers represent a non-photosynthetic plant tissue that uses a large …

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