chado

sado (ˈsɑːdəʊ) or chanoyu (ˌtʃɑːnɔːˈyuː)

/ (ˈtʃɑːdəʊ) /

noun

the Japanese tea ceremony

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Word Origin for chado

from Japanese cha or sa tea (from Chinese cha) + way (from Chinese tao); chanoyu literally: tea's hot water
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Example sentences from the Web for chado

  • Richard Chai and Chado Ralph Rucci also made strong showings on a busy, rainy day in New York.

    Fashion Takes a Bow|The Daily Beast|September 12, 2009|DAILY BEAST