Doctor: You"re in good health. You"ll live to be eighty.
Patient: But, doctor, I am 80 right now.
Doctor: See, what did I tell you.
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List of words beginning with: T
Found: 1692 results
—v. (-rr-) 1 (often foll. By to) a convey, remove, or hand over (a thing etc.). B make over the possession of (property, a ticket, rights, etc.) To a person.
- change or move to another group, club, department, etc.
- change from one station, route, etc., to another on a journey.
- convey (a design) from one surface to another.
- change (meaning) by extension or metaphor. —n. - transferring or being transferred.
- design etc. Conveyed or to be conveyed from one surface to another.
- football player etc. Who is transferred.
- document effecting conveyance of property, a right, etc. transferable adj. [latin fero lat- bear]
v. - paralyse with horror or astonishment.
- pierce with a sharp implement or weapon. [latin: related to *fix]
v. (-tt-) 1 a pass or hand on; transfer (transmitted the message; how diseases are transmitted). B communicate (ideas, emotions, etc.).
- a allow (heat, light, sound, electricity, etc.) To pass through. B be a medium for (ideas, emotions, etc.) (his message transmits hope).
- broadcast (a radio or television programme). transmissible adj. Transmittable adj. [latin mitto miss- send]
n. Door in a floor, ceiling, or roof.
—n. Monk of an order vowed to silence. —adj. Of this order. [la trappe in normandy]
adj. (brit. Travelled) experienced in travelling (also in comb.: much-travelled).
n. (brit. Traveller) 1 person who travels or is travelling.
- travelling salesman.
—v. (-sing) 1 travel or lie across (traversed the country; pit traversed by a beam).
- consider or discuss the whole extent of (a subject). —n. - sideways movement.
- thing that crosses another. traversal n. [french: related to *transverse]
—n. (pl. -ies) grotesque misrepresentation or imitation (travesty of justice). —v. (-ies, -ied) make or be a travesty of. [french travestir disguise, from italian]
hunt n. - search for treasure.
- game in which players seek a hidden object from a series of clues.
- trove n. Treasure of unknown ownership found hidden.
- —n. - a precious metals or gems. B hoard of these. C accumulated wealth.
- thing valued for its rarity, workmanship, associations, etc. (art treasures).
- colloq. Much loved or highly valued person. —v. (-ring) 1 value highly.
- (often foll. By up) store up as valuable. [greek thesauros]
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The typical laboratory mouse runs 2.5 miles per night on its treadmill.