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terrible.adjective
causing great respect, fear or alarm; dreadful (a terrible bolt of lightning; a terrible hurricane); extremely.formidable (terrible responsibilities for safety come with the job); extreme in extent or degree; unpleasant; disagreeable (had a terrible time at the party; terrible food); markedly.objectionable (terrible hypocrisy); the word terrible as used in the Bible
terribly.adverb
terribleness.noun

tweak, tweaked, tweaking,tweaks.transitive verbs
to adjust; fine-tune (he tweaked the audio on the stereo receiver to get it sounding just right to his ears); to pinch, pluck or twist sharply
tweak.noun,.plural.tweaks
a sharp, twisting pinch
tweaky.adjective

transactional analysis.noun
a system of psychotherapy that analyzes personal relationships and interactions in terms of conflicting or complementary.ego.states that correspond to the roles of parent, child and adult (analyzing someone to see if an adult is acting like a kid, a child is acting like a parent, etc.)

transaction.noun,.plural.transactions
the act of transacting or the fact of being transacted; something transacted, such as an exchange of services; communication involving two or more people that affects all those involved; personal interaction (transaction involving the coach and the parents' ideas)
transactional.adjective

transact, transacted, transacting, transacts.verbs
transitive verb use.to do, carry on or conduct efforts in producing things
intransitive verb use.to conduct business (transacted information with other cooperative producers of goods)
transactor.noun

tone.noun,.plural.tones
in music, a sound of distinct.pitch, quality and duration; a note; a semitone; the interval of a major second in the diatonic scale; a whole step; a recitational melody in a Gregorian chant; the quality or character of sound; the characteristic quality or timbre of a particular instrument or voice; the pitch of a word used to determine its meaning or to distinguish differences in meaning; a general.quality, effect or atmosphere (a room with an elegant tone; manner of expression in speech or writing (took an angry tone with the reporters); a color or shade of color (light tones of peach); in physiology, the normal state of elastic tension or partial contraction in resting muscles; normal firmness of a tissue or an organ
tone, toned, toning, tones.verbs
transitive verb use.to give a particular tone or inflection to; to soften or change the color of a painting or photographic negative, for example; to sound monotonously; intone
intransitive verb use.to assume a particular color quality; to harmonize in color
tone down.phrasal verb
to make less vivid, harsh or violent; moderate
tone up.phrasal verb
to make or become brighter or more vigorous

tremble, trembled, trembling, trembles.intransitive verbs
to shake involuntarily, as from excitement, weakness or anger; quake; shake; to feel fear or anxiety (I tremble at the very thought of it); to vibrate or quiver (leaves of the tree trembling in the breeze)
tremble.noun
the act or state of trembling; an infectious.viral disease of sheep that is transmitted by the tick Ixodes ricinus and affects the nervous system, causing galloping and trotting by little leaps and often prolonged trembling, aka louping ill; poisoning of domestic animals, especially cattle and sheep, caused by eating white snakeroot or rayless goldenrod and characterized by muscular tremors and weakening, aka milk sickness
tremblingly.adverb
trembly.adjective
trembler.noun

tremulous.adjective
marked by trembling, quivering or shaking; timid or fearful; timorous
tremulously.adverb
tremulousness.noun

thence, therefrom, thenceforth.adverbs
from that place; from there (flew to Helsinki and thence to Moscow); from that circumstance or source; compare hence

thresh, threshed, threshing, threshes.verbs
transitive verb use.to beat the stems and husks of grain or cereal plants with a machine or flail in order to separate the grains or seeds from the straw; to separate grains or seeds in this manner; to discuss or examine an issue, for example repeatedly; to beat severely; thrash; to make or cause to make, uncontrolled movements
intransitive verb use.to use a machine or flail to separate grain or seeds from straw; to thrash about; toss (she thrashed about in bed most of the night)

thrash, thrashed, thrashing, thrashes.verbs
transitive verb use.to beat with or as if with a flail, especially as if for a punishment; beat; to swing or strike in a manner suggesting the action of a flail (the alligator thrashed its tail); if someone thrashes about or thrashes their arms or legs about, they move in a wild or violent way, often hitting against something; you can also say that someone's arms or legs thrash about; to defeat; vanquish; to thresh
intransitive verb use.to move wildly or violently (thrashed about all night; to strike or flail; to thresh
thrash.noun,.plural.thrashes
the act or an instance of thrashing
thrasher.noun,.plural.thrashers

treasure trove.noun,.plural.treasure troves
if you describe something or someone as a treasure trove of a particular thing, you mean that they are a very good or rich source of that thing (the dictionary is a vast treasure trove of informations)

trove.noun,.plural.troves
a collection of valuable items discovered or found; a treasure-trove

treasure.noun,.plural.treasures
accumulated or stored wealth in the form of money, jewels or other valuables; valuable or precious.possessions of any kind
treasure, treasured, treasuring, treasures.transitive verbs
to keep or regard as precious; value highly; appreciate
treasurable.adjective

treasurer.noun,.plural.treasurers
one who has charge of funds (in that family, he worked at farming and she looked after the affairs of the family including being the treasurer)

torso.noun,.plural.torsos.or.torsi
the human body excluding the head and limbs, called the body's 'trunk'

totter, tottered, tottering, totters.intransitive verbs
to sway as if about to fall; to appear about to collapse (Rome was an empire that had begun to totter and then fell); to walk unsteadily or feebly; stagger
totter, totterer.nouns
tottery.adjective

terminate, terminated, terminating, terminates.verbs
transitive verb use.to bring to an end or a halt; conclude or finish (a display of fireworks that terminated the festivities); to discontinue the employment of; dismiss (companies lacking vision care little, if any, for employees and usually get rid of them during slow periods; a company that terminated 300 workers)
intransitive verb use.to come to an end (poisonous and polluting energies will be terminated in favor of safer and clean new technologies); complete
terminator.noun,.plural.terminators
one that terminates (a terminator of unpopular policies); the dividing line between the bright and shaded regions of the disk of the moon or an inner planet; a sequence of nucleotides that signals the end of transcription and the completion of the synthesis of a nucleic acid.molecule from a template

termination.noun,.plural.terminations
the act of terminating or the condition of being terminated; the end of something; the conclusion; a result; an outcome
terminational.adjective
terminative.adjective
serving, designed or tending to terminate; conclusive
terminatively.adverb

terminal.adjective
of, relating to, situated at or forming a limit, a boundary, an extremity or an end; relating to or occurring in a term or each term (school term papers; terminal inventories); a terminal is a place where vehicles, passengers or goods begin or end a journey (plans are underway for a fifth terminal at the airport); causing, ending in or approaching death (the condition of the manta rays at the zoo appears to be terminal); fatal
terminal.noun,.plural.terminals
a point or part that forms the end (electrical terminals end the flow of electricity); a position in a circuit or device at which a connection is normally established or broken; a passive conductor at such a position used to facilitate the connection; either end of a railroad or other transportation line; a terminus; a station at the end of a transportation line or at a major junction on a transportation line; a town at the end of a transportation line Computers:.a device, often equipped with a keyboard and a video display, through which data or information can enter or leave a computer system
terminally.adverb
terminus.noun,.plural.terminuses.or.termini
the final point; the end; an end point on a transportation line or the town in which it is located; a boundary or border; a stone or post marking a border

term.noun,.plural.terms
a limited period of time; a period of time that is assigned to a person to serve (the work was to be completed within the term of one year); a point in time at which something ends; termination (an apprenticeship nearing its term); the end of a normal gestation period (carried the fetus to term); a word or group of words having a particular meaning (had to explain the term gridlock; medical terms; nautical terms); language of a certain kind; chosen words (spoke in rather vague terms; praised him in glowing terms); one of the elements of a proposed or concluded agreement; a condition (they agreed on terms for the sale of the home; one of the terms of the lease requires regular maintenance); the relationship between two people or groups; personal footing (on good terms with her in-laws); in mathematics, one of the quantities composing a ratio or fraction or forming a series; one of the quantities connected by addition or subtraction signs in an equation; a member; each of the two concepts being compared or related in a proposition (the two terms to be discussed at the meeting, both needed completion); a stone or post marking a boundary, especially a squared and downward tapering pillar adorned with a head and upper torso
term, termed,terming, terms.transitive verbs
to designate; call
terminology.noun,.plural.terminologies
the vocabulary of terms used in a particular.field, subject, science or art; nomenclature; the study of nomenclature
terminological.adjective
terminologically.adverb
terminologist.noun,.plural.terminologists

tiff.noun,.plural.tiffs
a fit of irritation; a petty.quarrel
tiff, tiffed, tiffing, tiffs.intransitive verbs
to quarrel

tare.noun,.plural.tares
any of several unwelcome weedy plants that grow in grain fields; an unwelcome or objectional element that in early Biblical times is usually held to be the Eurasian grass called darnel:.Matthew 13:38

tare.noun,.plural.tares
the weight of the materials in which goods are packed; the weight of a container that is deducted from the gross weight to obtain.net weight
tare, tared, taring, tares.transitive verbs
to determine or indicate the tare of, especially to weigh.in order to find out the tare; from Middle English and Old French and ultimately from Arabic 'Úar¡ah' meaning 'that which is thrown away' and from 'Úara¡a' meaning 'to reject'

tear, tore, torn, tearing, tears.verbs
transitive verb use.to pull apart or into pieces by force; rend; to make an opening by ripping (tore a hole in my stocking); to lacerate the skin, for example; to separate forcefully; wrench (tore the wrappings off the present); to divide or disrupt (was torn between opposing choices, so I used Ask Suby; a country that was torn by strife)
intransitive verb use.to become torn; to move with heedless speed; rush.headlong
tear.noun,.plural.tears
the act of tearing; the result of tearing; a rip or rent; great rush; a hurry (tearing around town to get things done)
tear around.phrasal verb
to move about in excited haste
tear away.phrasal verb
to remove oneself, for example, unwillingly or reluctantly (sorry, I must tear away from the meeting now as I have other commitments)
tear down.phrasal verb
to demolish (tear down old tenements); to take apart; disassemble (tear down an engine); to vilify or denigrate
teardown.noun,.plural.teardowns
the act or process of taking apart or demolishing
tearer.noun,.plural.tearers

tear.noun,.plural.tears
a drop of the clear salty liquid that is secreted by the lachrymal gland of the eye to lubricate the surface between the eyeball and eyelid and to wash away irritants; tears are a profusion of this liquid spilling from the eyes and wetting the cheeks, especially as an expression of emotion; the act of weeping (cried when his favorite toy broke)
tear, teared, tearing, tears.intransitive verbs
to fill with tears
tearful.adjective
filled with or accompanied by tears (tearful eyes; a tearful farewell); so piteous as to excite tears (a tearful melodrama)
tearfully.adverb
tearfulness.noun

ticket.noun,.plural.tickets
a paper slip or card indicating that its holder has paid for or is entitled to a specified service, right or consideration (a theater ticket; an airline ticket); a certifying.document; an identifying or descriptive tag attached to merchandise; a label; a list of candidates.proposed or endorsed by a political party; a slate; piece of paper listing a traffic violation (got a ticket for parking in the right place, but at the wrong time)
ticket, ticketed, ticketing, tickets.transitive verbs
to provide with a ticket for passage or admission (tickets to the concert); to attach a ticket to; tag; to designate for a specified use or end; destine (put away funds to be used on our holiday); to serve an offender with a summons (ticket an improperly parked vehicle)
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