Definition of tea garden in English:

tea garden

Syllabification: tea gar·den


1A garden in which tea and other refreshments are served to the public.
More example sentences
  • A new public entrance with a tea garden was created, and a tearoom and kitchen were made in part of the lower courtyard.
  • As we struck up a conversation, he took to a caravansarai - a trading post built 500 years ago by the Seljuk Turks - that now served as a tea garden.
  • From 9am to 4pm, a craft market will offer an interesting retail experience, while a tea garden provides shoppers with a welcome reprieve from the icy winter chill.
2A tea plantation.
More example sentences
  • The deputy commissioner along with other senior officials was camping in the tea garden throughout the night.
  • Then the ghat road begins: a steep incline, the road bordered by cliffs, or opening out to views of tea gardens, eucalyptus plantations, forest.
  • Even the ground water is unfit for drinking due to large-scale application of fertilizers, pesticides and agrochemicals in the tea gardens.

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