tea

suomi-englanti sanakirja

tea englannista suomeksi

  1. tee

  2. teeateria

  3. teepensas

  4. teekutsut

  1. Substantiivi

  2. Verbi

tea englanniksi

  1. The plant (''sinensis''); a variety of this plant.

  2. (ux)

  3. The dried leaves or buds of the plant; a variety of such leaves.

  4. The drink made by infusing these dried leaves or buds in hot water.

  5. (quote-book)|title=(w)

  6. Any similar drink made by infusing parts of various other plants.

  7. Meat stock served as a hot drink.

  8. A cup or glass of any of these drinks, often with milk, sugar, lemon, and/or tapioca pearls.

  9. (senseid) A light midafternoon meal, typically but not necessarily including tea.

  10. 1951, C. S. Lewis, ''Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia''

  11. But the gorge of the Rush was not at all a nice place for travelling either. I mean, it was not a nice place for people in a hurry. For an afternoon's ramble ending in a picnic tea it would have been delightful.
  12. (RQ:Fry Liar)

  13. (syn of), the main evening meal, whether or not it includes tea.

  14. 2018, Ray Wyre, ‎Tim Tate, ''The Murder of Childhood'' (page 126)

  15. Jacki set about making the tea—bacon grills with chips and bread and butter.
  16. The break in play between the session|second and session|third sessions.

  17. (quote-web)''|title= What do cricketers eat at tea? When is it safe to flush on the train? What's a plujit? |url=https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2009/jul/29/notes-and-queries-cricketers-teas

  18. (syn of).

  19. 1940, (w), ''Farewell, My Lovely'', Penguin 2010, page 103:

  20. So they were evidence. Evidence of what? That a man occasionally smoked a stick of tea, a man who looked as if any touch of the exotic would appeal to him. On the other hand lots of tough guys smoked marijuana (..).
  21. (RQ:Mezzrow Blues)

  22. 1947 March 11, (w), letter:

  23. Here in Texas ''possession'' of tea is a felony calling for 2 years.
  24. (RQ:Kerouac On the Road)

  25. Information, especially gossip.

  26. 2015, Sonya Shuman, ''Doors of the Church Are Open: Smoke & Mirrors by Sonya Shuman'':

  27. "What's the tea on you and China? Where she at Alicia? You should know where ya baby at."
  28. To drink tea.

  29. (quote-book)|chapter=Elizabeth|title=Counting One’s Blessings: The Selected Letters of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|date=28 March 1916|year_published=2012|page=32|passage=We tea’d with May, and had to wait over an hour for a taxi!

  30. (quote-book)|year=1837|year_published=1982|page=319|isbn=0-8020-5587-7|passage=I dined yesterday at {{! three on mutton chops and 1/2 pint of East I ndian sherry, and then ''tead'' and muffined' at 8.

  31. (quote-journal)

  32. To take tea (the light meal).

  33. 1877, ''The Bicycling Times and Tourist's Gazette'' (page 38)

  34. The wind was high and the hills ditto, and both being against us we were late in reaching Hitchin (30 from Cambridge), so giving up the idea of reaching Oxford we toiled on through Luton, on to Dunstable (47), where we teaed moderately (..)
  35. To give tea.

  36. (quote-book)|chapter=Of the Agonising Process by which that which was once a Bower of Bliss was converted into a Cave of Despair|title=How I Tamed Mrs. Cruiser|location=London|publisher=James Blackwood|year=1858|page=129|passage=And they’ve got Professor Hummums with ’em, the great Everlasting Star of the Nineteenth Century, which he has breakfasted and dined and tea’d and supped here ever since yesterday.

  37. (quote-book)|year=1863|page=25|passage=In half an hour they had all been tea’d and coffeed and refreshed by the nurses, and shortly after were all undressed and put to bed clean and comfortable, and in a droll state of grateful wonder;

  38. (quote-book); Jackson, Walford, and Hodder,(nb...)|year=1866|page=213|passage=But one or two evil-disposed characters muttered they might be sure the lady had her own turn to serve, and they might be sure they wasn’t “teaed and muffined and sandwiched for nothing!”

  39. (quote-book)

  40. A moment, a historical unit of time from China, about the amount of time needed to quickly drink a traditional cup of tea. It is now found in Chinese-language historical fiction.

  41. (inflection of)

  42. feces; excrement

  43. cloth

  44. a piece of cloth

  45. 1326, Antonio López Ferreiro (ed.), ''Galicia Histórica. Colección diplomática''. Santiago: Tipografía Galaica, page 300:

  46. ''It. mando que todollos lenços delgados et teas de rens que os tome Garcia perez. et que faça delles fazer uestimentas para o altar de Sta Maria.''
    : Item, I command that every fine linen and the clothes of Reims to be taken by Garcia Perez, who should make them into clothes for the altar of Saint Mary
  47. spiderweb

  48. (syn)

  49. canvas

  50. film (gloss)

  51. torch

  52. tea

  53. white

  54. (syn)

  55. dawn

  56. water

  57. body of water: river, lake, etc

  58. liquid

  59. wine

  60. torch (gloss)

  61. {{quote-book|es

  62. {{quote-journal|es

  63. intoxication, drunkenness