How to use TT in a sentence
TT: Have you felt curiosity or a desire to find your natural parents?
TT: Did you read anything in the scripts and think “This is crazy”?
TT: Did you enjoy shooting and blowing stuff up in The Guest?
TT: Are you concerned about not being able to throw the image of Matthew Crawley off?
TT: Do your fans like it, or do they say they want to send you cake?
Beyond the point of confluence the country becomes opener, freer, and healthier, and we arrive at the Portuguese town of TT.The Desert World | Arthur Mangin
Telzey got the impression that TT was inviting her to go through the door, and, for some reason, the thought frightened her.
Next, a pair of camouflaged lids drew back from TT's round, brilliant-green eyes.
A pause as the circle of speakers stopped to consider whatever TT had thrown into the debate.
Assuming this was real, it seemed clear that the game of symbols she'd made up between herself and TT had provided the opening.
British Dictionary definitions for tt (1 of 2)
Trinidad and Tobago
British Dictionary definitions for TT (2 of 2)
telegraphic transfer: a method of sending money abroad by cabled transfer between banks
Tourist Trophy (annual motorcycle races held in the Isle of Man)
Trinidad and Tobago (international car registration)
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