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T1 British & World English

The twentieth letter of the alphabet

T2 British & World English

(In units of measurement) tera- (1012)

absolute temperature British & World English

A temperature measured from absolute zero in kelvins

T in absolute temperature British & World English

A temperature measured from absolute zero in kelvins

T in T1 British & World English

A shape like that of a capital T

tesla British & World English

The SI unit of magnetic flux density

T in tesla British & World English

The SI unit of magnetic flux density

tritium British & World English

A radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately three times that of the usual isotope

T in tritium British & World English

A radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately three times that of the usual isotope

t British & World English

Imperial or metric ton(s)

't British & World English

The word ‘it’, attached to the end of a verb, especially in the transcription of regional spoken use

-t1 British & World English

Equivalent to -est (as in shalt).

-t2 British & World English

Equivalent to -ed (as in crept, sent, spoilt).

t in T1 British & World English

The twentieth letter of the alphabet

ton British & World English

A unit of weight equal to 2,240 lb avoirdupois (1016.05 kg)

long ton in ton1 British & World English

A unit of weight equal to 2,240 lb avoirdupois (1016.05 kg)

t in ton1 British & World English

short for metric ton.

top quark British & World English

A quark with a mass of about 340,000 times that of an electron and a charge of +23

t in top quark British & World English

A quark with a mass of about 340,000 times that of an electron and a charge of +23

T-1 British & World English

A high-speed data transmission line

to a T British & World English

Exactly; to perfection

-n't British & World English

Not, used with auxiliary verbs (e.g. can’t, won’t, didn’t, and isn’t)

ain't British & World English

Am not; are not; is not

T-bar British & World English

A beam or bar shaped like the letter T

T-top British & World English

A car roof with removable panels

T-back British & World English

A high-cut undergarment or swimming costume having only a thin strip of material passing between the buttocks

T-bill British & World English

Short for Treasury bill.

T-bone British & World English

A large choice piece of loin steak containing a T-shaped bone

T-cell British & World English

Another term for T-lymphocyte.

T-zone British & World English

The central part of a person’s face, including the forehead, nose, and chin, especially as having oilier skin than the rest of the face

T-group British & World English

A group of people undergoing therapy or training in which they observe and seek to improve their own interpersonal relationships or communication skills


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