Found 1,299 phrases starting with T:


tall in the saddleImposing, impressive; resolute; manly.Rate it:
tall orderA big job; a difficult challenge.Rate it:
tall taleA greatly exaggerated, fantastic story.Rate it:
tally hohunting cryRate it:
tan someone's hideTo beat or spank someone.Rate it:
tank topgarmentRate it:
TANSTAAFLThere ain't no such thing as a free lunch; something advertised as being "free" will invariably have hidden costs.Rate it:
tape offTo cordon.Rate it:
taper offTo diminish or lessen gradually; to become smaller, slower, quieter, etc.Rate it:
tar with the same brushTo characterize using the same undesirable attribute, especially unjustly.Rate it:
target someoneTo select or spot a particular individual for deleterious action, select as a subject for specific reason, or harm. Choose an individual for membership, advertising agenda, positive or negative onslaughts.Rate it:
tart upTo dress like a prostitute.Rate it:
tart upTo dress garishly.Rate it:
tart upTo modify or repackage a product, service, or idea to make it more attractive or easier to sell.Rate it:
tartufoHypocrite; tartuffe.Rate it:
tartufoTruffle.Rate it:
task forceA group of people working towards a particular task, project, or activity, especially assigned in a particular capacity.Rate it:
taste like chickenComically describes the taste of unique food, deriving humour from the idea that many exotic meats, from squab to rattlesnake, can taste like ordinary chicken.Rate it:
taste of one's own medicineHarsh treatment inflicted on one who previously inflicted similar or equivalent treatment on others.Rate it:
tattle taleThe person who calls someone out / tells a piece of sensitive information to an authority.Rate it:
taxi drivercabbyRate it:
tea servicecrockery setRate it:
teach someone a lessonTo punish someone.Rate it:
teacher's petfavourite pupilRate it:
teacher's petA student who is perceived to be favored by the teacher.Rate it:
team upTo join into a team, or into teams.Rate it:
team up withTo associate with another in a joint enterprise.Rate it:
tear a strip off somebodyTo scold vigorously.Rate it:
tear a strip off someoneTo scold vigorously.Rate it:
tear apartUsed other than as an idiom: see tear, apart.Rate it:
tear apartto destroyRate it:
tear apartto cause to separateRate it:
tear apartto severely defeatRate it:
tear awayTo remove oneself reluctantly; often expressed in the negative.Rate it:
tear one's hair outTo react with extreme agitation.Rate it:
tear upOr against.Rate it:
tear upTo damage.Rate it:
tear upTo shed tears.Rate it:
tear upTo tear into pieces.Rate it:
tear up the pea patchTo put on a notable performance, especially in sports; to go on a rampage.Rate it:
technical knockouttkoRate it:
tee offTo hit the first shot of the hole.Rate it:
tee offTo irritate, vex, or annoy.Rate it:
teed offAnnoyed, upset, angry.Rate it:
teensy weensyAlternative spelling of teensy-weensy.Rate it:
teeny weenyminuteRate it:
teething troublesSmall problems such as are to be expected with some any new and untried system or product.Rate it:
tel avivIsraeli cityRate it:
telephone exchangecommunications switching centreRate it:
telephone tagA situation in which a person unsuccessfully attempts to contact another person by telephone and leaves a message instead, and in which the second person then unsuccessfully attempts to return the initial call and leaves a message for the first person, and so on as if the two are playing a game of tag in which the most recent person to have been left with a message is now designated as "it" (i.e. as the player now obliged to chase the other and to attempt anew to make contact).Rate it:

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