tea (plural teas)
(countable) and (uncountable)
- (uncountable) The dried leaves or buds of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis.
- Go to the supermarket and buy some tea.
- (uncountable) The drink made by infusing these dried leaves or buds in hot water, often served with milk or cream and sugar added.
- Would you like some tea?
- (countable) A cup of this drink.
- Iâ€™d like two teas, please.
- (uncountable) By extension, any drink made by infusing parts of various other plants.
- camomile tea
- (countable) A cup of any one of these drinks.
- (UK) (uncountable) A light meal eaten mid-afternoon, typically with tea.
- Kids, your teaâ€™s on the table!
- (UK) (uncountable) The main evening meal, irrespective of whether tea is drunk with it.
- The family were sitting round the table, having their tea.
- (cricket) The break in play between the second and third sessions.
- Australia were 490 for 7 at tea on the second day.
3 letters in word "tea": A E T.
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