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Tunned

tʌn

Meanings of Tunned:

verb

Store (wine or other alcoholic drinks) in a tun.

noun

A large beer or wine cask.

Usage examples:

In 1347 he sold 3 tuns of wine to the king's butler; while in 1349 he exported cloth.

Meanings of Tunnel:

noun

An artificial underground passage, especially one built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.

Usage examples:

A road tunnel through the pyrenees
verb

Short for wind tunnel.

Meanings of Tunneled:

verb

Dig or force a passage underground or through something.

Usage examples:

He tunnelled under the fence
noun

An artificial underground passage, especially one built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.

Usage examples:

A road tunnel through the pyrenees

Tunneler

ˈtʌn.əl.ər

Meanings of Tunneler:

noun

Someone that digs a tunnel (= a long passage under or through the ground)

Usage examples:

Tunnelers have worked under pressure before, but never in such unstable ground conditions., the tun…

Tunnelers

ˈtʌn.əl.ər

Meanings of Tunnelers:

noun

Someone that digs a tunnel (= a long passage under or through the ground)

Usage examples:

Tunnelers have worked under pressure before, but never in such unstable ground conditions., the tun…

Meanings of Tunneling:

verb

Dig or force a passage underground or through something.

Usage examples:

He tunnelled under the fence
noun

An artificial underground passage, especially one built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.

Usage examples:

A road tunnel through the pyrenees

Tunnelled

ˈtʌn(ə)l

Meanings of Tunnelled:

verb

Dig or force a passage underground or through something.

Usage examples:

He tunnelled under the fence
noun

An artificial underground passage, especially one built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.

Usage examples:

A road tunnel through the pyrenees

Meanings of Tunneller:

noun

Someone that digs a tunnel (= a long passage under or through the ground)

Usage examples:

Tunnellers have worked under pressure before, but never in such unstable ground conditions., the tu…

Meanings of Tunnellers:

noun

Someone that digs a tunnel (= a long passage under or through the ground)

Usage examples:

Tunnellers have worked under pressure before, but never in such unstable ground conditions., the tu…

Tunnelling

ˈtʌn(ə)l

Meanings of Tunnelling:

verb

Dig or force a passage underground or through something.

Usage examples:

He tunnelled under the fence
noun

An artificial underground passage, especially one built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.

Usage examples:

A road tunnel through the pyrenees

Present participle of tunnel

Meanings of Tunnels:

noun

An artificial underground passage, especially one built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.

Usage examples:

A road tunnel through the pyrenees
verb

Short for wind tunnel.

Tunnies

ˈtʌni

Meanings of Tunnies:

noun

A tuna, especially the bluefin.

Usage examples:

During that time he had been the only angler to land a tunny fish by rod and line.

Meanings of Tunning:

verb

Store (wine or other alcoholic drinks) in a tun.

noun

A large beer or wine cask.

Usage examples:

In 1347 he sold 3 tuns of wine to the king's butler; while in 1349 he exported cloth.

Meanings of Tuns:

noun

A large beer or wine cask.

Usage examples:

In 1347 he sold 3 tuns of wine to the king's butler; while in 1349 he exported cloth.
verb

Store (wine or other alcoholic drinks) in a tun.

Meanings of Tup:

noun

A ram.

Usage examples:

Tups were set free among the ewes for mating
verb

(of a ram) copulate with (a ewe).

Usage examples:

Making small changes to the number of ewes a ram is required to tup can have a big impact on costs

Tupelo

ˈt(j)uːpɪləʊ

Meanings of Tupelo:

noun

A north american or asian tree of damp and swampy habitats, which yields useful timber.

Usage examples:

The champion tupelos have immense, gnarled bulbous bases - each with hollow sections.
proper noun

A city in north-eastern mississippi; population 36,233 (est. 2008). the site of some civil war battles, it is also the birthplace of elvis presley.

Tupelos

ˈtuː.pə.ləʊ

Meanings of Tupelos:

noun

A north american or asian tree of damp and swampy habitats, which yields useful timber.

Usage examples:

The champion tupelos have immense, gnarled bulbous bases - each with hollow sections.
proper noun

A city in north-eastern mississippi; population 36,233 (est. 2008). the site of some civil war battles, it is also the birthplace of elvis presley.

Tupi

ˈtuːpi

Meanings of Tupi:

noun

A member of a group of south american peoples living in scattered areas throughout the amazon river basin.

adjective

Relating to the tupi or their languages.

Meanings of Tupik:

noun

A hut or tent made of animal skins used by inuits in the canadian arctic as a summer dwelling.

Usage examples:

When partly buried in the snow and covered with the summer sealskin tupik it is really comfortable.

Meanings of Tupiks:

noun

A hut or tent made of animal skins used by inuits in the canadian arctic as a summer dwelling.

Usage examples:

When partly buried in the snow and covered with the summer sealskin tupik it is really comfortable.

Tuple

ˈtjuːpəl

Meanings of Tuple:

noun

A data structure consisting of multiple parts.

Usage examples:

As soon as the lobby server receives a request from the player to connect, it will read all current…
combining form

Forming nouns and adjectives with a preceding algebraic symbol with the sense ‘(an entity or set) consisting of as many parts or elements as indicated by the symbol, such as n-tuple.

Tupped

tʌp

Meanings of Tupped:

verb

(of a ram) copulate with (a ewe).

Usage examples:

Making small changes to the number of ewes a ram is required to tup can have a big impact on costs
noun

A ram.

Usage examples:

Tups were set free among the ewes for mating

Meanings of Tuppence:

noun

Variant form of twopence.

Meanings of Tuppenny:

adjective

Variant form of twopenny.

Meanings of Tupping:

verb

(of a ram) copulate with (a ewe).

Usage examples:

Making small changes to the number of ewes a ram is required to tup can have a big impact on costs
noun

A ram.

Usage examples:

Tups were set free among the ewes for mating

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