Hay 4 definiciones de t en inglés:


Saltos de línea: t


Imperial or metric ton(s): Lithuania produced 512,000 t of sulphuric acid in 1989


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Hay 4 definiciones de t en inglés:


Saltos de línea: T
(also t)

sustantivo (plural Ts or T's)

1The twentieth letter of the alphabet.
1.1Denoting the next after S in a set of items, categories, etc.
2 (T) (also tee) A shape like that of a capital T: [in combination]: make a T-shaped wound in the rootstock and insert the cut bud


cross the T

historical (Of a naval force) cross in front of an enemy force approximately at right angles, securing a tactical advantage for the firing of guns.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He could easily outmaneuver the Russians and use tactics to cross the T twice, inflicting maximum damage on the slower Russian fleet.
  • Probably the most famous battleship fight decided by crossing the T was the Japanese victory at Tsushima Straights in the Russo-Japanese War.
  • At Leyte on 24 Oct 1944 he made fame at the Battle of Surigao Strait by "crossing the T" of the oncoming Japanese surface fleet.

to a T

informal Exactly; to perfection: I baked it to a T, and of course it was delicious
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It fits the character to a T: he's honest and truthful, but he's also a narcissist and a showman.
  • More broadly, I spent three years in the government working with people who followed the Internet surveillance rules to a T, many of whom themselves had strong civil libertarian instincts.
  • She began to tick off traits and scenarios and resistance to being responsible and for all intents and purposes, without ever having met my husband, she began describing his behaviour to a T.

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Silabificación: T-1

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(also T-3) Computing
A high-speed data transmission line.

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