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t.1

1.
in the time of.
Origin of t.1
From the Latin word tempore

t.2

1.
Football. tackle.
2.
taken from.
3.
tare.
4.
teaspoon; teaspoonful.
6.
7.
Grammar. tense.
8.
9.
time.
10.
tome.
11.
ton.
12.
town.
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16.
troy.

T.

1.
tablespoon; tablespoonful.
2.
3.
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Examples from the Web for t.
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  • Some beautiful specimens of his handicraft remain in the possession of Mr. t. M. Whitehead.

  • But you shall sit opposite t. Culpepper that he may not see.'

    Privy Seal Ford Madox Ford
  • The meeting was opened by singing a Christmas hymn, after which Mr. t. Barritt, senior deacon, offered prayer.

  • Is t. Triplett at London yett, or have you any great occasion to draw him up.

    Microcosmography John Earle
  • He was careful of his possessions, and articles belonging to him, were very generally marked “t. B.”

    Log-book of Timothy Boardman Samuel W Boardman
British Dictionary definitions for t.

t.

abbreviation
1.
(commerce) tare
2.
teaspoon(ful)
3.
temperature
4.
(music) tempo
5.
tenor
6.
(grammar) tense
7.
ton(s)
8.
transitive
Word Origin
(sense 4) Latin: in the time of
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