Origin of tec
Examples from the Web for tec
I think many people mistakenly assume that TEC exists to find them jobs.
Sam said 'e would, and arter they had 'ad another drink together the tec shifted 'is seat alongside of 'im and talked in his ear.
It is most secretive in its habits, usually betraying its whereabouts by its sharp call-note of tec or tac.Among the Birds in Northern Shires|Charles Dixon
"With their hands in the chap's pockets, I mean," ses the tec.
When did you become employed by or connected with the TEC, as you call it?
British Dictionary definitions for tec (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for tec (2 of 2)
n acronym for (in Britain)
Word Origin and History for tec
1879 as short for detective; 1934 as short for detective story.