Found 1,776 phrases starting with T:


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:
taste of one's own poisonSynonym of taste of one's own medicineRate it:
tattle taleThe person who calls someone out / tells a piece of sensitive information to an authority.Rate it:
taxi drivercabbyRate it:
TBAInitialism of to be announced.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be arranged.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be advised.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be aired.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be affirmed.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be answered.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be assigned.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be assessed.Rate it:
TBAInitialism of to be added.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be dated.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be decided.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be declared.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be defined.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be deducted.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be delivered.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be derived.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be designed.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be determined.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be destroyed.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be developed.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be disclosed.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be discussed.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be documented.Rate it:
TBDInitialism of to be done.Rate it:
TBFInitialism of Turkish Basketball Federation.Rate it:
TBHInitialism of to be honest.Rate it:
TBHInitialism of to be hired.Rate it:
TBIInitialism of traumatic brain injury.Rate it:
TBUInitialism of to be updated.Rate it:
tea servicecrockery setRate it:
teach awayIn patent law, to describe the solution to a problem in a way that excludes a particular alternative to solving that problem addressed by a later invention.Rate it:
teach grandma how to suck eggsTo tell an expert how to do things.Rate 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 alongTo run quickly along somewhere.Rate it:
tear alongTo break something into two pieces by separating at a line of perforations.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:

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