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t

  
, T  
      n   pl   , t's, T's, Ts  
1    the 20th letter and 16th consonant of the modern English alphabet  
2    a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiceless alveolar stop, as in tame  
3   
a    something shaped like a T  
b    (in combination)  
a T-junction     
4    to a T   in every detail; perfectly  
the work suited her to a T     


ain't  
Not standard  
      contraction of   am not, is not, are not, have not, or has not  
I ain't seen it     
an't     (Chiefly Brit)  
1       a rare variant spelling of       aren't  
2   
Dialect      a variant spelling of       ain't  
aren't  
1   
      contraction of   are not  
2    Informal     (chiefly Brit)   used in interrogative sentences  
      contraction of   am not  
can't  
      vb contraction of   cannot  
couldn't  
      contraction of   could not  
didn't  
      contraction of   did not  
don't  
      contraction of   do not  
don't know  
      n   a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp. as a response to a questionnaire  
hadn't  
      vb contraction of   had not  
hain't  
Archaic or dialect  
      contraction of   has not, have not, or is not  
hasn't  
      vb contraction of   has not  
haven't  
      vb contraction of   have not  
Hsüan T'ung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Xuan-tong  
isn't  
      vb contraction of   is not  
i.t.a.   , ITA  
      abbrev. for   initial teaching alphabet, a partly phonetic alphabet used to teach reading  
K/T boundary  
      n     (Geology)  
a    Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary: the time zone comprising the end of the Cretaceous and the beginning of the Tertiary periods  
b    (as modifier)  
K/T boundary sediments     
     (C20 K and T, symbols for Cretaceous and Tertiary, respectively)  
Li T'ai-po  
      n      See       Li Po  
mayn't  
      vb contraction of   may not  
-n't  
      contraction of   not: used as an enclitic after be and have when they function as main verbs and after auxiliary verbs or verbs operating syntactically as auxiliaries  
can't, don't, shouldn't, needn't, daren't, isn't     
q.t.   Informal  
1   
      abbrev. for   quiet  
2    on the q.t   secretly  
shan't  
      contraction of   shall not  
shouldn't  
      vb contraction of   should not  
Student's t  
      n   a statistic often used to test the hypothesis that a random sample of normally distributed observations has a given mean, μ; given by t = (x--μ) square root n/s where x is the mean of the sample, s is its standard deviation, and n is the size of the sample  
     (after Student, the pen name of W. S. Gosset (1876--1937), English statistician and research scientist)  
t  
      symbol for  
1    tonne(s)  
2    troy (weight)  
3      (Statistics)   distribution  
4      (Statistics)      See       Student's t  
T  
      symbol for  
1    absolute temperature  
2    tera-  
3      (Chem)   tritium  
4      (Biochem)   thymine  
5    tesla  
6    surface tension  
7   
      international car registration for   Thailand  
t.  
      abbrev. for  
1      (Commerce)   tare  
2    teaspoon(ful)  
3    temperature  
4      (Music)   tempo  
5    tempore  
     (Latin: in the time of)  
6    tenor  
7      (Grammar)   tense  
8    ton(s)  
9    transitive  
T.  
      abbrev. for  
1    tablespoon(ful)  
2    territory  
3    time  
4    Tuesday  
5      (Also)    Th   Thursday  
't  
      contraction of   it  
T-  
      abbrev. for   trainer (aircraft)  
T-37     
t'ai chi ch'uan  
      n   a Chinese system of callisthenics characterized by coordinated and rhythmic movements,   (Often shortened to)    tai chi  
     (Chinese, literally: great art of boxing)  
T & G  
      abbrev. for   Transport and General Workers' Union  
T-bar  
      n  
1    a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket  
2    a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section  
3    a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes  
4    modifier      another term for       T-strap  
T-bone steak  
      n   a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone  
T-cell  
      n      another name for       T-lymphocyte  
t.d.c.  
      abbrev. for   top dead-centre  
t distribution  
      n      See       Student's t  
T-group  
      n     (Psychol)   a group that meets for educational or therapeutic purposes to study its own communication  
     (C20: from (Sensitivity) T(raining) Group)  
t.i.d.     (in prescriptions)  
      abbrev. for   ter in die  
     (Latin: three times a day)  
T-joint  
      n   a right-angled joint, esp. one in wood, making the shape of the letter T  
T-junction  
      n   a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it  
T-lymphocyte  
      n   a type of lymphocyte that matures in the thymus gland and has an important role in the immune response. There are several subclasses: killer T-cells are responsible for killing cells that are infected by a virus; helper T-cells induce other cells (B-lymphocytes) to produce antibodies,   (Also called)    T-cell  
T-man  
      n   pl   , -men     (U.S.)   a law-enforcement agent of the U.S. Treasury  
T-number   , T number  
      n     (Photog)   a function of the f-number of a camera lens that takes into account the amount of light actually transmitted by the lens  
     (from T(otal Light Transmission) Number)  
T-piece  
      n   a strut or part shaped like a T  
T-plate  
      n   a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc.  
t-RNA  
      abbrev. for   transfer RNA  
T-shirt   , tee shirt  
      n   a lightweight simple garment for the upper body, usually short-sleeved  
     (so called because of its shape)  
T-square  
      n   a T-shaped ruler used in mechanical drawing, consisting of a short crosspiece, which slides along the edge of the drawing board, and a long horizontal piece: used for drawing horizontal lines and to support set squares when drawing vertical and inclined lines  
T-stop  
      n   a setting of the lens aperture on a camera calibrated photometrically and assigned a T-number  
T-strap  
      n   modifier   denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the foot,   (Also called)    T-bar  
van't Hoff     (Dutch)  
      n   Jacobus Hendricus (ja:'ko:bys hɛn'dri:kœs). 1852--1911, Dutch physical chemist: founded stereochemistry with his theory of the asymmetric carbon atom; the first to apply thermodynamics to chemical reactions: Nobel prize for chemistry 1901  
wasn't  
      vb contraction of   was not  
weren't  
      vb contraction of   were not  
won't  
      vb contraction of   will not  
wouldn't  
      vb contraction of   would not  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
Collins
t  
      symbol for  
1    tonne(s)  
2    troy (weight)  
3      (Statistics)   distribution  
4      (Statistics)      See       Student's t  


ain't  
Not standard  
      contraction of   am not, is not, are not, have not, or has not  
I ain't seen it     
an't     (Chiefly Brit)  
1       a rare variant spelling of       aren't  
2   
Dialect      a variant spelling of       ain't  
aren't  
1   
      contraction of   are not  
2    Informal     (chiefly Brit)   used in interrogative sentences  
      contraction of   am not  
can't  
      vb contraction of   cannot  
couldn't  
      contraction of   could not  
didn't  
      contraction of   did not  
don't  
      contraction of   do not  
don't know  
      n   a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp. as a response to a questionnaire  
hadn't  
      vb contraction of   had not  
hain't  
Archaic or dialect  
      contraction of   has not, have not, or is not  
hasn't  
      vb contraction of   has not  
haven't  
      vb contraction of   have not  
Hsüan T'ung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Xuan-tong  
isn't  
      vb contraction of   is not  
i.t.a.   , ITA  
      abbrev. for   initial teaching alphabet, a partly phonetic alphabet used to teach reading  
K/T boundary  
      n     (Geology)  
a    Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary: the time zone comprising the end of the Cretaceous and the beginning of the Tertiary periods  
b    (as modifier)  
K/T boundary sediments     
     (C20 K and T, symbols for Cretaceous and Tertiary, respectively)  
Li T'ai-po  
      n      See       Li Po  
mayn't  
      vb contraction of   may not  
-n't  
      contraction of   not: used as an enclitic after be and have when they function as main verbs and after auxiliary verbs or verbs operating syntactically as auxiliaries  
can't, don't, shouldn't, needn't, daren't, isn't     
q.t.   Informal  
1   
      abbrev. for   quiet  
2    on the q.t   secretly  
shan't  
      contraction of   shall not  
shouldn't  
      vb contraction of   should not  
Student's t  
      n   a statistic often used to test the hypothesis that a random sample of normally distributed observations has a given mean, μ; given by t = (x--μ) square root n/s where x is the mean of the sample, s is its standard deviation, and n is the size of the sample  
     (after Student, the pen name of W. S. Gosset (1876--1937), English statistician and research scientist)  
t   , T  
      n   pl   , t's, T's, Ts  
1    the 20th letter and 16th consonant of the modern English alphabet  
2    a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiceless alveolar stop, as in tame  
3   
a    something shaped like a T  
b    (in combination)  
a T-junction     
4    to a T   in every detail; perfectly  
the work suited her to a T     
T  
      symbol for  
1    absolute temperature  
2    tera-  
3      (Chem)   tritium  
4      (Biochem)   thymine  
5    tesla  
6    surface tension  
7   
      international car registration for   Thailand  
t.  
      abbrev. for  
1      (Commerce)   tare  
2    teaspoon(ful)  
3    temperature  
4      (Music)   tempo  
5    tempore  
     (Latin: in the time of)  
6    tenor  
7      (Grammar)   tense  
8    ton(s)  
9    transitive  
T.  
      abbrev. for  
1    tablespoon(ful)  
2    territory  
3    time  
4    Tuesday  
5      (Also)    Th   Thursday  
't  
      contraction of   it  
T-  
      abbrev. for   trainer (aircraft)  
T-37     
t'ai chi ch'uan  
      n   a Chinese system of callisthenics characterized by coordinated and rhythmic movements,   (Often shortened to)    tai chi  
     (Chinese, literally: great art of boxing)  
T & G  
      abbrev. for   Transport and General Workers' Union  
T-bar  
      n  
1    a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket  
2    a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section  
3    a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes  
4    modifier      another term for       T-strap  
T-bone steak  
      n   a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone  
T-cell  
      n      another name for       T-lymphocyte  
t.d.c.  
      abbrev. for   top dead-centre  
t distribution  
      n      See       Student's t  
T-group  
      n     (Psychol)   a group that meets for educational or therapeutic purposes to study its own communication  
     (C20: from (Sensitivity) T(raining) Group)  
t.i.d.     (in prescriptions)  
      abbrev. for   ter in die  
     (Latin: three times a day)  
T-joint  
      n   a right-angled joint, esp. one in wood, making the shape of the letter T  
T-junction  
      n   a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it  
T-lymphocyte  
      n   a type of lymphocyte that matures in the thymus gland and has an important role in the immune response. There are several subclasses: killer T-cells are responsible for killing cells that are infected by a virus; helper T-cells induce other cells (B-lymphocytes) to produce antibodies,   (Also called)    T-cell  
T-man  
      n   pl   , -men     (U.S.)   a law-enforcement agent of the U.S. Treasury  
T-number   , T number  
      n     (Photog)   a function of the f-number of a camera lens that takes into account the amount of light actually transmitted by the lens  
     (from T(otal Light Transmission) Number)  
T-piece  
      n   a strut or part shaped like a T  
T-plate  
      n   a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc.  
t-RNA  
      abbrev. for   transfer RNA  
T-shirt   , tee shirt  
      n   a lightweight simple garment for the upper body, usually short-sleeved  
     (so called because of its shape)  
T-square  
      n   a T-shaped ruler used in mechanical drawing, consisting of a short crosspiece, which slides along the edge of the drawing board, and a long horizontal piece: used for drawing horizontal lines and to support set squares when drawing vertical and inclined lines  
T-stop  
      n   a setting of the lens aperture on a camera calibrated photometrically and assigned a T-number  
T-strap  
      n   modifier   denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the foot,   (Also called)    T-bar  
van't Hoff     (Dutch)  
      n   Jacobus Hendricus (ja:'ko:bys hɛn'dri:kœs). 1852--1911, Dutch physical chemist: founded stereochemistry with his theory of the asymmetric carbon atom; the first to apply thermodynamics to chemical reactions: Nobel prize for chemistry 1901  
wasn't  
      vb contraction of   was not  
weren't  
      vb contraction of   were not  
won't  
      vb contraction of   will not  
wouldn't  
      vb contraction of   would not  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins
T  
      symbol for  
1    absolute temperature  
2    tera-  
3      (Chem)   tritium  
4      (Biochem)   thymine  
5    tesla  
6    surface tension  
7   
      international car registration for   Thailand  


ain't  
Not standard  
      contraction of   am not, is not, are not, have not, or has not  
I ain't seen it     
an't     (Chiefly Brit)  
1       a rare variant spelling of       aren't  
2   
Dialect      a variant spelling of       ain't  
aren't  
1   
      contraction of   are not  
2    Informal     (chiefly Brit)   used in interrogative sentences  
      contraction of   am not  
can't  
      vb contraction of   cannot  
couldn't  
      contraction of   could not  
didn't  
      contraction of   did not  
don't  
      contraction of   do not  
don't know  
      n   a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp. as a response to a questionnaire  
hadn't  
      vb contraction of   had not  
hain't  
Archaic or dialect  
      contraction of   has not, have not, or is not  
hasn't  
      vb contraction of   has not  
haven't  
      vb contraction of   have not  
Hsüan T'ung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Xuan-tong  
isn't  
      vb contraction of   is not  
i.t.a.   , ITA  
      abbrev. for   initial teaching alphabet, a partly phonetic alphabet used to teach reading  
K/T boundary  
      n     (Geology)  
a    Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary: the time zone comprising the end of the Cretaceous and the beginning of the Tertiary periods  
b    (as modifier)  
K/T boundary sediments     
     (C20 K and T, symbols for Cretaceous and Tertiary, respectively)  
Li T'ai-po  
      n      See       Li Po  
mayn't  
      vb contraction of   may not  
-n't  
      contraction of   not: used as an enclitic after be and have when they function as main verbs and after auxiliary verbs or verbs operating syntactically as auxiliaries  
can't, don't, shouldn't, needn't, daren't, isn't     
q.t.   Informal  
1   
      abbrev. for   quiet  
2    on the q.t   secretly  
shan't  
      contraction of   shall not  
shouldn't  
      vb contraction of   should not  
Student's t  
      n   a statistic often used to test the hypothesis that a random sample of normally distributed observations has a given mean, μ; given by t = (x--μ) square root n/s where x is the mean of the sample, s is its standard deviation, and n is the size of the sample  
     (after Student, the pen name of W. S. Gosset (1876--1937), English statistician and research scientist)  
t   , T  
      n   pl   , t's, T's, Ts  
1    the 20th letter and 16th consonant of the modern English alphabet  
2    a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiceless alveolar stop, as in tame  
3   
a    something shaped like a T  
b    (in combination)  
a T-junction     
4    to a T   in every detail; perfectly  
the work suited her to a T     
t  
      symbol for  
1    tonne(s)  
2    troy (weight)  
3      (Statistics)   distribution  
4      (Statistics)      See       Student's t  
t.  
      abbrev. for  
1      (Commerce)   tare  
2    teaspoon(ful)  
3    temperature  
4      (Music)   tempo  
5    tempore  
     (Latin: in the time of)  
6    tenor  
7      (Grammar)   tense  
8    ton(s)  
9    transitive  
T.  
      abbrev. for  
1    tablespoon(ful)  
2    territory  
3    time  
4    Tuesday  
5      (Also)    Th   Thursday  
't  
      contraction of   it  
T-  
      abbrev. for   trainer (aircraft)  
T-37     
t'ai chi ch'uan  
      n   a Chinese system of callisthenics characterized by coordinated and rhythmic movements,   (Often shortened to)    tai chi  
     (Chinese, literally: great art of boxing)  
T & G  
      abbrev. for   Transport and General Workers' Union  
T-bar  
      n  
1    a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket  
2    a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section  
3    a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes  
4    modifier      another term for       T-strap  
T-bone steak  
      n   a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone  
T-cell  
      n      another name for       T-lymphocyte  
t.d.c.  
      abbrev. for   top dead-centre  
t distribution  
      n      See       Student's t  
T-group  
      n     (Psychol)   a group that meets for educational or therapeutic purposes to study its own communication  
     (C20: from (Sensitivity) T(raining) Group)  
t.i.d.     (in prescriptions)  
      abbrev. for   ter in die  
     (Latin: three times a day)  
T-joint  
      n   a right-angled joint, esp. one in wood, making the shape of the letter T  
T-junction  
      n   a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it  
T-lymphocyte  
      n   a type of lymphocyte that matures in the thymus gland and has an important role in the immune response. There are several subclasses: killer T-cells are responsible for killing cells that are infected by a virus; helper T-cells induce other cells (B-lymphocytes) to produce antibodies,   (Also called)    T-cell  
T-man  
      n   pl   , -men     (U.S.)   a law-enforcement agent of the U.S. Treasury  
T-number   , T number  
      n     (Photog)   a function of the f-number of a camera lens that takes into account the amount of light actually transmitted by the lens  
     (from T(otal Light Transmission) Number)  
T-piece  
      n   a strut or part shaped like a T  
T-plate  
      n   a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc.  
t-RNA  
      abbrev. for   transfer RNA  
T-shirt   , tee shirt  
      n   a lightweight simple garment for the upper body, usually short-sleeved  
     (so called because of its shape)  
T-square  
      n   a T-shaped ruler used in mechanical drawing, consisting of a short crosspiece, which slides along the edge of the drawing board, and a long horizontal piece: used for drawing horizontal lines and to support set squares when drawing vertical and inclined lines  
T-stop  
      n   a setting of the lens aperture on a camera calibrated photometrically and assigned a T-number  
T-strap  
      n   modifier   denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the foot,   (Also called)    T-bar  
van't Hoff     (Dutch)  
      n   Jacobus Hendricus (ja:'ko:bys hɛn'dri:kœs). 1852--1911, Dutch physical chemist: founded stereochemistry with his theory of the asymmetric carbon atom; the first to apply thermodynamics to chemical reactions: Nobel prize for chemistry 1901  
wasn't  
      vb contraction of   was not  
weren't  
      vb contraction of   were not  
won't  
      vb contraction of   will not  
wouldn't  
      vb contraction of   would not  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins
t   , T         
      n   pl   , t's, T's, Ts  
1    the 20th letter and 16th consonant of the modern English alphabet  
2    a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiceless alveolar stop, as in tame  
3   
a    something shaped like a T  
b    (in combination)  
a T-junction     
4    to a T   in every detail; perfectly  
the work suited her to a T     


ain't  
Not standard  
      contraction of   am not, is not, are not, have not, or has not  
I ain't seen it     
an't     (Chiefly Brit)  
1       a rare variant spelling of       aren't  
2   
Dialect      a variant spelling of       ain't  
aren't  
1   
      contraction of   are not  
2    Informal     (chiefly Brit)   used in interrogative sentences  
      contraction of   am not  
can't  
      vb contraction of   cannot  
couldn't  
      contraction of   could not  
didn't  
      contraction of   did not  
don't  
      contraction of   do not  
don't know  
      n   a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp. as a response to a questionnaire  
hadn't  
      vb contraction of   had not  
hain't  
Archaic or dialect  
      contraction of   has not, have not, or is not  
hasn't  
      vb contraction of   has not  
haven't  
      vb contraction of   have not  
Hsüan T'ung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Xuan-tong  
isn't  
      vb contraction of   is not  
i.t.a.   , ITA  
      abbrev. for   initial teaching alphabet, a partly phonetic alphabet used to teach reading  
K/T boundary  
      n     (Geology)  
a    Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary: the time zone comprising the end of the Cretaceous and the beginning of the Tertiary periods  
b    (as modifier)  
K/T boundary sediments     
     (C20 K and T, symbols for Cretaceous and Tertiary, respectively)  
Li T'ai-po  
      n      See       Li Po  
mayn't  
      vb contraction of   may not  
-n't  
      contraction of   not: used as an enclitic after be and have when they function as main verbs and after auxiliary verbs or verbs operating syntactically as auxiliaries  
can't, don't, shouldn't, needn't, daren't, isn't     
q.t.   Informal  
1   
      abbrev. for   quiet  
2    on the q.t   secretly  
shan't  
      contraction of   shall not  
shouldn't  
      vb contraction of   should not  
Student's t  
      n   a statistic often used to test the hypothesis that a random sample of normally distributed observations has a given mean, μ; given by t = (x--μ) square root n/s where x is the mean of the sample, s is its standard deviation, and n is the size of the sample  
     (after Student, the pen name of W. S. Gosset (1876--1937), English statistician and research scientist)  
t  
      symbol for  
1    tonne(s)  
2    troy (weight)  
3      (Statistics)   distribution  
4      (Statistics)      See       Student's t  
T  
      symbol for  
1    absolute temperature  
2    tera-  
3      (Chem)   tritium  
4      (Biochem)   thymine  
5    tesla  
6    surface tension  
7   
      international car registration for   Thailand  
t.  
      abbrev. for  
1      (Commerce)   tare  
2    teaspoon(ful)  
3    temperature  
4      (Music)   tempo  
5    tempore  
     (Latin: in the time of)  
6    tenor  
7      (Grammar)   tense  
8    ton(s)  
9    transitive  
T.  
      abbrev. for  
1    tablespoon(ful)  
2    territory  
3    time  
4    Tuesday  
5      (Also)    Th   Thursday  
't  
      contraction of   it  
T-  
      abbrev. for   trainer (aircraft)  
T-37     
t'ai chi ch'uan  
      n   a Chinese system of callisthenics characterized by coordinated and rhythmic movements,   (Often shortened to)    tai chi  
     (Chinese, literally: great art of boxing)  
T & G  
      abbrev. for   Transport and General Workers' Union  
T-bar  
      n  
1    a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket  
2    a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section  
3    a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes  
4    modifier      another term for       T-strap  
T-bone steak  
      n   a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone  
T-cell  
      n      another name for       T-lymphocyte  
t.d.c.  
      abbrev. for   top dead-centre  
t distribution  
      n      See       Student's t  
T-group  
      n     (Psychol)   a group that meets for educational or therapeutic purposes to study its own communication  
     (C20: from (Sensitivity) T(raining) Group)  
t.i.d.     (in prescriptions)  
      abbrev. for   ter in die  
     (Latin: three times a day)  
T-joint  
      n   a right-angled joint, esp. one in wood, making the shape of the letter T  
T-junction  
      n   a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it  
T-lymphocyte  
      n   a type of lymphocyte that matures in the thymus gland and has an important role in the immune response. There are several subclasses: killer T-cells are responsible for killing cells that are infected by a virus; helper T-cells induce other cells (B-lymphocytes) to produce antibodies,   (Also called)    T-cell  
T-man  
      n   pl   , -men     (U.S.)   a law-enforcement agent of the U.S. Treasury  
T-number   , T number         
      n     (Photog)   a function of the f-number of a camera lens that takes into account the amount of light actually transmitted by the lens  
     (from T(otal Light Transmission) Number)  
T-piece  
      n   a strut or part shaped like a T  
T-plate  
      n   a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc.  
t-RNA  
      abbrev. for   transfer RNA  
T-shirt   , tee shirt  
      n   a lightweight simple garment for the upper body, usually short-sleeved  
     (so called because of its shape)  
T-square  
      n   a T-shaped ruler used in mechanical drawing, consisting of a short crosspiece, which slides along the edge of the drawing board, and a long horizontal piece: used for drawing horizontal lines and to support set squares when drawing vertical and inclined lines  
T-stop  
      n   a setting of the lens aperture on a camera calibrated photometrically and assigned a T-number  
T-strap  
      n   modifier   denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the foot,   (Also called)    T-bar  
van't Hoff     (Dutch)  
      n   Jacobus Hendricus (ja:'ko:bys hɛn'dri:kœs). 1852--1911, Dutch physical chemist: founded stereochemistry with his theory of the asymmetric carbon atom; the first to apply thermodynamics to chemical reactions: Nobel prize for chemistry 1901  
wasn't  
      vb contraction of   was not  
weren't  
      vb contraction of   were not  
won't  
      vb contraction of   will not  
wouldn't  
      vb contraction of   would not  

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kinetic energy  
      n   the energy of motion of a body, equal to the work it would do if it were brought to rest. The translational kinetic energy depends on motion through space, and for a rigid body of constant mass is equal to the product of half the mass times the square of the speed. The rotational kinetic energy depends on rotation about an axis, and for a body of constant moment of inertia is equal to the product of half the moment of inertia times the square of the angular velocity. In relativistic physics kinetic energy is equal to the product of the increase of mass caused by motion times the square of the speed of light. The SI unit is the joule but the electronvolt is often used in atomic physics.,   (Symbol)    Ek, K, T            (Abbrev.)    KE  


ain't  
Not standard  
      contraction of   am not, is not, are not, have not, or has not  
I ain't seen it     
an't     (Chiefly Brit)  
1       a rare variant spelling of       aren't  
2   
Dialect      a variant spelling of       ain't  
aren't  
1   
      contraction of   are not  
2    Informal     (chiefly Brit)   used in interrogative sentences  
      contraction of   am not  
can't  
      vb contraction of   cannot  
couldn't  
      contraction of   could not  
didn't  
      contraction of   did not  
don't  
      contraction of   do not  
don't know  
      n   a person who has not reached a definite opinion on a subject, esp. as a response to a questionnaire  
hadn't  
      vb contraction of   had not  
hain't  
Archaic or dialect  
      contraction of   has not, have not, or is not  
hasn't  
      vb contraction of   has not  
haven't  
      vb contraction of   have not  
Hsüan T'ung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Xuan-tong  
isn't  
      vb contraction of   is not  
i.t.a.   , ITA  
      abbrev. for   initial teaching alphabet, a partly phonetic alphabet used to teach reading  
K/T boundary  
      n     (Geology)  
a    Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary: the time zone comprising the end of the Cretaceous and the beginning of the Tertiary periods  
b    (as modifier)  
K/T boundary sediments     
     (C20 K and T, symbols for Cretaceous and Tertiary, respectively)  
Li T'ai-po  
      n      See       Li Po  
mayn't  
      vb contraction of   may not  
-n't  
      contraction of   not: used as an enclitic after be and have when they function as main verbs and after auxiliary verbs or verbs operating syntactically as auxiliaries  
can't, don't, shouldn't, needn't, daren't, isn't            
q.t.   Informal  
1   
      abbrev. for   quiet  
2    on the q.t          secretly  
shan't  
      contraction of   shall not  
shouldn't  
      vb contraction of   should not  
Student's t  
      n   a statistic often used to test the hypothesis that a random sample of normally distributed observations has a given mean, μ; given by t = (x--μ) square root n/s where x is the mean of the sample, s is its standard deviation, and n is the size of the sample  
     (after Student, the pen name of W. S. Gosset (1876--1937), English statistician and research scientist)  
t   , T         
      n   pl   , t's, T's, Ts         
1    the 20th letter and 16th consonant of the modern English alphabet  
2    a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiceless alveolar stop, as in tame  
3   
a    something shaped like a T  
b    (in combination)  
a T-junction     
4    to a T   in every detail; perfectly  
the work suited her to a T     
t  
      symbol for  
1    tonne(s)  
2    troy (weight)  
3      (Statistics)   distribution  
4      (Statistics)      See       Student's t  
T         
      symbol for  
1    absolute temperature  
2    tera-  
3      (Chem)   tritium  
4      (Biochem)   thymine  
5    tesla  
6    surface tension  
7   
      international car registration for   Thailand  
t.  
      abbrev. for  
1      (Commerce)   tare  
2    teaspoon(ful)  
3    temperature  
4      (Music)   tempo  
5    tempore  
     (Latin: in the time of)  
6    tenor  
7      (Grammar)   tense  
8    ton(s)  
9    transitive  
T.  
      abbrev. for  
1    tablespoon(ful)  
2    territory  
3    time  
4    Tuesday  
5      (Also)    Th   Thursday  
't  
      contraction of   it  
T-  
      abbrev. for   trainer (aircraft)  
T-37     
t'ai chi ch'uan  
      n   a Chinese system of callisthenics characterized by coordinated and rhythmic movements,   (Often shortened to)    tai chi  
     (Chinese, literally: great art of boxing)  
T & G  
      abbrev. for   Transport and General Workers' Union  
T-bar  
      n  
1    a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket  
2    a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section  
3    a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes  
4    modifier      another term for       T-strap  
T-bone steak  
      n   a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone  
T-cell  
      n      another name for       T-lymphocyte  
t.d.c.  
      abbrev. for   top dead-centre  
t distribution  
      n      See       Student's t  
T-group  
      n     (Psychol)   a group that meets for educational or therapeutic purposes to study its own communication  
     (C20: from (Sensitivity) T(raining) Group)  
t.i.d.     (in prescriptions)  
      abbrev. for   ter in die  
     (Latin: three times a day)  
T-joint  
      n   a right-angled joint, esp. one in wood, making the shape of the letter T  
T-junction  
      n   a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it  
T-lymphocyte  
      n   a type of lymphocyte that matures in the thymus gland and has an important role in the immune response. There are several subclasses: killer T-cells are responsible for killing cells that are infected by a virus; helper T-cells induce other cells (B-lymphocytes) to produce antibodies,   (Also called)    T-cell  
T-man  
      n   pl   , -men     (U.S.)   a law-enforcement agent of the U.S. Treasury  
T-number   , T number  
      n     (Photog)   a function of the f-number of a camera lens that takes into account the amount of light actually transmitted by the lens  
     (from T(otal Light Transmission) Number      )  
T-piece  
      n   a strut or part shaped like a T  
T-plate  
      n   a metal plate shaped like a T used to strengthen or effect a right-angled joint between two beams, etc.  
t-RNA  
      abbrev. for   transfer RNA  
T-shirt   , tee shirt  
      n   a lightweight simple garment for the upper body, usually short-sleeved  
     (so called because of its shape)  
T-square  
      n   a T-shaped ruler used in mechanical drawing, consisting of a short crosspiece, which slides along the edge of the drawing board, and a long horizontal piece: used for drawing horizontal lines and to support set squares when drawing vertical and inclined lines  
T-stop  
      n   a setting of the lens aperture on a camera calibrated photometrically and assigned a T-number  
T-strap  
      n   modifier   denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the foot,   (Also called)    T-bar  
van't Hoff     (Dutch)  
      n   Jacobus Hendricus (ja:'ko:bys hɛn'dri:kœs). 1852--1911, Dutch physical chemist: founded stereochemistry with his theory of the asymmetric carbon atom; the first to apply thermodynamics to chemical reactions: Nobel prize for chemistry 1901  
wasn't  
      vb contraction of   was not  
weren't  
      vb contraction of   were not  
won't  
      vb contraction of   will not  
wouldn't  
      vb contraction of   would not  

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Consulte también:

T, T, T, T

suit smb./smth. to a T exp.
be a perfect fit for smb./smth.;

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