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tee 1

American English: /ti/
British English: /tiː/

noun

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tee 2
American English: /ti/
British English: /tiː/

noun

  • 1 (in golf) 1.1 (peg)
    tee (masculine) (soporte para la pelota de golf)
    Example sentences
    • Stick a tee into the ground on an angle, so that the top of it rests just behind the target side of the ball.
    • Stick a tee halfway into the ground and stand at address as if a ball were there.
    • In fact, take some popcorn to the practice tee and alternate hitting golf balls and pieces of popcorn.
    1.2 (area)
    punto (masculine) de salida
    the fifth tee
    el punto de salida del quinto hoyo
    Example sentences
    • Many times golf course tees and greens are constructed with materials such as calcareous sands that might require special testing.
    • The last club I hit is the one I'm planning to use for my tee shot on the first hole of the day.
    • He has already taken his tee shot at the first hole and the injury is clearly hampering his swing.
  • 2 (mark)
    (blanco de ciertos juegos)
    Example sentences
    • Nowadays the curling 'tee' is the line through the centre of the 'house' in curling and is in fact the target not the release line, which is the 'hog' line.
    • Two men played two quoits each against each other throwing them a distance of 18 yards, in aiming the quoit he was assisted by a "leader in" who crouched behind the tee holding a piece of paper.

transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

tee off

1verb + adverb (golf)
dar el primer golpe
2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (make angry)
(American English) [slang]
cabrear [colloquial]

tee up

(golf) 1verb + adverb
colocar la pelota (en el tee)
2verb + object + adverb

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tee 3
American English: /ti/
British English: /tiː/

noun

  • (garment) (American English) [colloquial] T-shirt
    Example sentences
    • Get a few pairs of nice, washed dark denim jeans, a stylish cut dark blazer or sportcoat, a few pinstripe dress shirts, some tees with prints, a pair of stylish black shoes, and a black belt.
    • The trendsetting active wear includes velour sweat suits, tees, shorts, tank dresses and jeans.
    • Call them T-shirts, tee shirts or tees, they're still hot sellers on the trendy fashion scene.

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