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t US English

Long or metric ton(s)

T1 US English

The twentieth letter of the alphabet

T2 US English

(In units of measurement) tera- (1012)

’t US English

The word “it,” attached to the end of a verb, especially in the transcription of regional spoken use

-t1 US English

Equivalent to -est (as in shalt).

-t2 US English

Equivalent to -ed (as in crept, sent, slept).

T1 New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

20th letter of the alphabet

absolute temperature US English

A temperature measured from absolute zero in kelvins

T in absolute temperature US English

A temperature measured from absolute zero in kelvins

t in T1 US English

The twentieth letter of the alphabet

T in T1 US English

A shape like that of a capital T

tesla US English

The SI unit of magnetic flux density

T in tesla US English

The SI unit of magnetic flux density

ton US English

A unit of weight equal to 2,000 pounds avoirdupois (907.19 kg)

top quark US English

A quark with a mass of about 340,000 times that of an electron and a charge of +23

t in top quark US English

A quark with a mass of about 340,000 times that of an electron and a charge of +23

tritium US English

A radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately three times that of the common protium isotope

T in tritium US English

A radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a mass approximately three times that of the common protium isotope

ton New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

unit of weight: also long ton 2,240 lb (1016.05 kg); also short ton North American 2,000 lb (907.19 kg); also metric ton 1,000 kilograms (2,205 lb);

tritium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

radioactive isotope of hydrogen

T in tesla New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

SI unit of magnetic flux density

n't US English

Not, used with auxiliary verbs (e.g., can’t, won’t, didn’t, and isn’t)

T-1 US English

A high-speed data transmission line

to a T US English

Exactly; to perfection

t/a US English

Trading as

T & A US English

Tits and ass

ain't US English

Am not; are not; is not

amn't US English

Am not

can't US English

Cannot

don't US English

Do not

isn't US English

Is not

T-bar US English

A beam or bar shaped like the letter T

T-top US English

A car roof with removable panels

won't US English

Will not

aren't US English

Are not

didn't US English

Did not

hadn't US English

Had not

hasn't US English

Has not

mayn't US English

May not

oz. t. US English

Troy ounce

shan't US English

Shall not

T-back US English

A high-cut undergarment or swimsuit having only a thin strip of material passing between the buttocks

t-ball US English

Tee-ball.


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