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title.noun,.plural.titles
an identifying name given to a book, play, film, musical composition or other work; the title of a book, play, film or piece of music is its name; a person's title is a word such as 'Sir', 'Lord', or 'Lady' that is used in front of their name or a phrase that is used instead of their name and indicates that they have a high rank in society (her husband was also honoured with the title 'Sir Denis'; someone's title is a word such as 'Mr', 'Mrs' or 'Doctor', that is used before their own name in order to show their status or profession; a subtitle; in law, the coincidence of all the elements that constitute the fullest legal.right to control and dispose of property or a claim; the aggregate.evidence that gives rise to a legal right of possession or control; the instrument, such as a deed, that constitutes this evidence; something that provides a basis for or justifies a claim; a legitimate or alleged right; a descriptive name; an epithet
title, titled, titling, titles.transitive verbs
to give a title to; entitle; to call by a name; to give a name to, such as Catherine the Great

trigger.noun,.plural.triggers
the lever pressed by the finger to discharge a firearm; a similar.device used to release or activate a mechanism; an event that precipitates other events; in electronics, a pulse or circuit that initiates the action of another component
trigger, triggered, triggering, triggers.transitive verbs
to set off; initiate (a meeting between parents and teachers that triggered major changes in the educational.curriculum); to fire or explode a weapon or an explosive charge

torch.noun,.plural.torches
a portable light produced by the flame of a stick of resinous wood or of a flammable material wound about the end of a stick of wood; a flashlight; something that serves to illuminate, enlighten or guide; a portable apparatus that produces a very hot flame by the combustion of gases, used in welding and construction
torch, torched, torching, torches.transitive verbs
to cause to burn or undergo combustion

tuition.noun,.plural.tuitions
a fee for instruction, such as at an institution of learning (tuition payments necessary because, though.education in many western countries was agreed to be free, it still isn't, as it is in so many other countries)
tuitional.or.tuitionary.adjective

troy.noun
a system of weights used for precious metals and gemstones based on a pound of 12 troy ounces and grams per pound totaling 480, rather than the common 16 ounce pound of 454 grams and an ounce having 480 grains; the confusing troy weight system is used for the weighing of precious metals (a troy ounce of gold); the name is derived from the city of Troyes, France, where the system is thought to have originated; the troy pound is about 373 grams and consists of 12 troy ounces; the troy ounce is the basis of apothecary weight

toy.noun,.plural.toys
an object for children to play with that to adults.generally.provides.limited.amusement (a toy truck; a toy stove)
toy, toyed, toying, toys.intransitive verbs
to amuse oneself idly (a cat toying with a mouse); to treat something.casually or without seriousness (toyed with the idea of surfing in Iceland in the winter); flirt

terracotta.noun,.plural.terracottas
terracottais a brownish-red clay that has been baked and is used for making things such as flower pots, small statues and tiles (plants in terracotta pots); terracotta is used to describe things that are brownish-red in colour

trachea.noun,.plural.tracheas.or.tracheae
a thin-walled tube of cartilaginous and membranous.tissue.descending from the larynx to the bronchiand carrying air to the lungs, also called windpipe
tracheal.adjective

tarpaulin.noun,.plural.tarpaulins
short form of the word is 'tarp'; a material, such as waterproofed canvas, used to cover and protect things from moisture; a sheet of this material

tackle.noun,.plural.tackles
the equipment.used in a sport or an occupation, especially in fishing; gear; a system of ropes and blocks for raising and lowering weights of rigging and pulleys for applying tension; a rope and its pulley; in football, either of the two line players on a team positioned between the guard and the end; this position; the act of stopping an opposing player by seizing and throwing the player down
tackle, tackled, tackling, tackles.verbs
transitive verb use.to take on and wrestle with an opponent or a problem; if you tackle a difficult problem or task, you deal with it in a very determined or efficient way (the first reason to tackle these problems is to save children's lives; if you tackle someone in a game such as hockey or football, you try to take the ball away from them; if you tackle someone in rugby or American football, you knock them to the ground; to harness a horse
intransitive verb use.to seize and throw down an opponent
tackler.noun,.plural.tacklers

tiny, tinier, tiniest.adjectives
extremely.small; minute
tininess.noun

throb, throbbed, throbbing, throbs.intransitive verbs
to beat.rapidly or violently, as the heart; pound; to vibrate, pulsate or sound with a steady pronounced.rhythm (boat engines throbbing)
throb.noun,.plural.throbs
the act of throbbing; a beating, palpitation or vibration
throbbingly.adverb

thump.noun,.plural.thumps
a blow with a blunt.object; the muffled sound produced by or as if by a blow with a blunt object; a thud (he felt a thump on his shoulder; she thumped her hand on the table to get attention amongst all the loud talking; there was a loud thump as the horse crashed into the van)
thump, thumped, thumping, thumps.verbs
transitive verb use.to thump something, you hit it hard, usually with your fist (he thumped my shoulder affectionately, nearly knocking me over; I heard you thumping on the door); to beat with or as if with a blunt object so as to produce a muffled sound or thud; drub
intransitive verb use.to hit or fall in such a way as to produce a thump; pound; to walk with heavy steps; stomp; to throb.audibly
thumper.noun,.plural.thumpers

thud.noun,.plural.thuds
a thud is a dull sound, such as that which a heavy object makes when it hits something soft; a blow or fall causing such a sound thud, thudded, thudding, thuds.intransitive verbs
to make a heavy, dull sound

trouble.noun,.plural.troubles
a state of distress, affliction, danger or need (in trouble because of losing her purse with all her identification); a cause or source of distress, disturbance or difficulty; an effort, especially one that causes inconvenience or bother (went to a lot of trouble to find this book); a condition of imperfect health (had trouble with her little finger after she fell and broke its tendon)
trouble, troubled, troubling, troubles.verbs
transitive verb use.to agitate; stir up; to inconvenience; bother (may I trouble you to close the window?)
intransitive verb use.to take pains (trouble over every detail and you'll have less trouble, but maybe more anguish)
troubler.noun,.plural.troublers
troublingly.adverb
troublesome.adjective
causing trouble or anxiety; worrisome; a person with a problematic.attitude toward things; trying (my patience seems to always get tried when she arrives for one of her troublesome visits)
troublesomely.adverb
troublesomeness.noun
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