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tea bag


      n   a small bag of paper or cloth containing tea leaves, infused in boiling water to make tea  
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1    an evergreen shrub or small tree, Camellia sinensis, of tropical and subtropical Asia, having toothed leathery leaves and white fragrant flowers: family Theaceae  
a    the dried shredded leaves of this shrub, used to make a beverage by infusion in boiling water  
b    such a beverage, served hot or iced  
c    (as modifier)  
tea caddy, tea urn     
a    any of various plants that are similar to Camellia sinensis or are used to make a tealike beverage  
b    any such beverage  
4      (Chiefly Brit)  
a      (Also called)    afternoon tea   a light meal eaten in mid-afternoon, usually consisting of tea and cakes, biscuits, or sandwiches  
b    (as modifier)  
a tea party     
c      (Also called)    high tea   afternoon tea that also includes a light cooked dish  
5      (Brit., Austral., and N.Z.)   the main evening meal  
6      (U.S. and Canadian)  
dated slang   marijuana  
7    tea and sympathy  
Informal   a caring attitude, esp. to someone in trouble  
     (C17: from Chinese (Amoy) t'e, from Ancient Chinese d`a)  

bed tea  
      n   (in some Asian countries) tea served to a guest in bed in the morning  
beef tea  
      n   a drink made by boiling pieces of lean beef: often given to invalids to stimulate the appetite  
Boston Tea Party  
      n     (U.S. history)   a raid in 1773 made by citizens of Boston (disguised as Indians) on three British ships in the harbour as a protest against taxes on tea and the monopoly given to the East India Company. The contents of several hundred chests of tea were dumped into the harbour  
bush tea  
1    a leguminous shrub of the genus Cyclopia, of southern Africa  
2    a beverage prepared from the dried leaves of any of these plants  
cream tea  
      n   afternoon tea including bread or scones served with clotted cream and jam  
green tea  
      n   a sharp tea made from tea leaves that have been steamed and dried quickly without fermenting  
gunpowder tea  
      n   a fine variety of green tea, each leaf of which is rolled into a pellet  
high tea  
      n     (Brit)      See       tea       4c  
kitchen tea  
      n     (Austral. and N.Z.)   a party held before a wedding to which female guests bring items of kitchen equipment as wedding presents  
Labrador tea  
1    either of two arctic evergreen ericaceous shrubs, Ledum groenlandicum or L. palustre var. decumbens  
2    (in Canada) an infusion brewed from the leaves of either of these plants  
morning tea  
      n     (Austral. and N.Z)   a mid-morning snack with a cup of tea,   (Brit. equivalent)    elevenses  
Paraguay tea  
      n      another name for       maté  
post-and-rail tea  
      n     (Austral)  
informal   (in the 19th century) a coarse tea in which floating particles resembled a post-and-rail fence  
rooibos tea  
      n     (S. African)   tea prepared from any of several species of Borbonia or Aspalanthus, believed to have tonic properties  
     (from Afrikaans rooi red + bos bush)  
tea bag  
      n   a small bag of paper or cloth containing tea leaves, infused in boiling water to make tea  
tea ball  
      n     (Chiefly U.S)   a perforated metal ball filled with tea leaves and put in boiling water to make tea  
tea biscuit  
      n     (Brit)   any of various semisweet biscuits  
tea break  
      n     (Brit)   a short rest period during working hours during which tea, coffee, etc. is drunk  
tea cloth  
      n      another name for       tea towel  
tea cosy  
      n   a covering for a teapot to keep the contents hot, often having holes for the handle and spout  
tea dance  
      n   a dance held in the afternoon at which tea is served  
tea garden  
1    an open-air restaurant that serves tea and light refreshments  
2    a tea plantation  
tea gown  
      n   (formerly) a long loose decorative dress worn esp. when entertaining guests to afternoon tea  
tea lady  
      n   a woman employed in a factory, office, etc. to make tea during a tea break  
tea leaf  
1    the dried leaf of the tea shrub, used to make tea  
2    usually pl   shredded parts of these leaves, esp. after infusion  
3      (Brit. and Austral)  
slang   a thief  
     (sense 3 rhyming slang)  
      n   a spoon with a perforated cover used to infuse tea in a cup of boiling water,   (Also called (esp. Brit.))    infuser, tea egg  
tea party  
      n   a social gathering in the afternoon at which tea is served  
tea rose  
1    any of several varieties of hybrid rose that are derived from Rosa odorata and have pink or yellow flowers with a scent resembling that of tea  
a    a yellowish-pink colour  
b    (as adj.)  
tea-rose walls     
tea service   , set  
      n   the china or pottery articles used in serving tea, including a teapot, cups, saucers, etc.  
tea towel   , cloth  
      n   a towel for drying dishes and kitchen utensils,   (U.S. name)    dishtowel  
tea tree  
      n   any of various myrtaceous trees of the genus Leptospermum, of Australia and New Zealand, that yield an oil used as an antiseptic  
tea trolley  
      n     (Brit)   a trolley from which tea is served  
tea wagon  
      n      a U.S. and Canadian name for       tea trolley  

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bed tea, beef tea, bush tea, afternoon tea

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something not worthy; something of poor quality; a crap
[Slang] This book is a bag of wank, I am disappointed.
small handbag without handles
means a liquid is not clear: this tea's got bits in it, I don't like yogurt with bits in it
assez proche de l'idée de 'il y a à boire et à manger'
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