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tales British & World English

A writ for summoning substitute jurors when the original jury has become deficient in number

tale British & World English

A fictitious or true narrative or story, especially one that is imaginatively recounted

tell tales in tale British & World English

Gossip about or reveal another person’s secrets or wrongdoings

tell tales British & World English

Gossip about or reveal another person’s secrets or wrongdoings

folk tale British & World English

A story originating in popular culture, typically passed on by word of mouth

telltale British & World English

A person, especially a child, who reports others' wrongdoings or reveals their secrets

tattletale British & World English

A person, especially a child, who reveals secrets or informs on others; a telltale

traveller's tale British & World English

A story about the unusual characteristics or customs of a foreign country, regarded as typically exaggerated or untrue

old wives' tale British & World English

A widely held traditional belief that is now thought to be unscientific or incorrect

nunca recibí tales instrucciones in tal Spanish-English

I never received any such instructions

superstition looms large in these tales in loom English-Spanish

la superstición ocupa un lugar preponderante en estos relatos

that's not true: you're telling tales! in tale English-Spanish

¡mentira! ¡eso es un cuento chino!

the (Tales of the) Thousand and One Nights in night English-Spanish

(los cuentos de) las mil y una noches

tales declaraciones se prestan a malentendidos in prestar Spanish-English

statements like that are open to misinterpretation, statements like that are liable

el procedimiento a seguir en tales casos in procedimiento Spanish-English

the procedure to be followed in such cases

no me siento cómodo cuando hablan de tales cosas in cómodo Spanish-English

I feel uncomfortable when they talk about things like that