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tee2 British & World English

A cleared space on a golf course, from which the ball is struck at the beginning of play for each hole

tee in T1 British & World English

A shape like that of a capital T

tee up in tee2 British & World English

Place the ball on a tee ready to make the first stroke of the round or hole

tee off British & World English

Begin a round or hole of golf by playing the ball from a tee

tee-hee British & World English

A giggle or titter, especially a derisive one

tee-ball British & World English

A game for young children, played by the rules of baseball, in which the ball is not pitched but hit from a stationary tee

tee someone off British & World English

Make someone angry or annoyed

tee off in tee2 British & World English

Begin a round or hole of golf by playing the ball from a tee

tee-hees in tee-hee British & World English

Titter or giggle, especially derisively

tee-heed in tee-hee British & World English

Titter or giggle, especially derisively

teevee British & World English

Non-standard spelling of TV.

tepee British & World English

A conical tent made of skins, cloth, or canvas on a frame of poles, used by American Indians of the Plains and Great Lakes regions

tee someone off in tee2 British & World English

Make someone angry or annoyed

teetotal British & World English

Choosing or characterized by abstinence from alcohol

T-shirt British & World English

A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat

tee shirt in T-shirt British & World English

A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat

tee-heeing in tee-hee British & World English

Titter or giggle, especially derisively

teetotaller British & World English

A person who never drinks alcohol