There are 2 definitions of tass in English:

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noun

Scottish archaic
1A cup or small goblet.
More example sentences
  • She stopped only for a sip of sherry from the crystal tass on the countertop.
1.1A small draught of an alcoholic drink: a tass of brandy
More example sentences
  • Alan helped me to a chair and called for a tass of brandy.

Origin

late 15th century: from Old French tasse 'cup', via Arabic from Persian tašt 'bowl'.

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There are 2 definitions of tass in English:

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The official news agency of the former Soviet Union, renamed ITAR-Tass in 1992.

Origin

Russian acronym, from Telegrafnoe agentstvo Sovetskogo Soyuza 'Telegraphic Agency of the Soviet Union'.

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