Definition of tea break in English:

tea break

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noun

British
A short rest period during the working day, in which people typically drink a cup of tea or coffee: the men were on a tea break
More example sentences
  • I shall continue having coffee during the tea break…
  • We had carried a very heavy bag for a staggering twelve miles with just a short tea break and we were back where we started.
  • The sergeant must be present at the bar when prisoners are being processed, but he failed to leave his tea break and do this.

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