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Tommy British & World English

A British private soldier

tommy bar British & World English

A short bar used to turn a box spanner

tommy gun British & World English

A type of sub-machine gun

Tommy John surgery British & World English

A surgical procedure in which a healthy tendon extracted from an arm (or sometimes a leg) is used to replace an arm’s torn ligament. The healthy tendon is threaded through holes drilled into the bone above and below the elbow

ruff British & World English

An edible marine fish of Australian inshore waters that is related to the Australian salmon

tommy ruff in ruff2 British & World English

An edible marine fish of Australian inshore waters that is related to the Australian salmon

Tommy Dorsey in Rich, Buddy British & World English

(1917–87), American jazz drummer and bandleader; born Bernard Rich. He played for bandleaders such as Artie Shaw and Tommy Dorsey, and formed his own band in 1946

tommy English-Spanish

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Tommy gun English-Spanish

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