At a local coffee bar, a young woman was expounding on her idea of the perfect mate to some of her friends.
"The man I marry must be a shining light amongst company. He must be musical. Tell jokes. Sing. And stay home at night!"
An old granny overheard and spoke up, "Honey, if that"s all you want, get a TV!"
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estate n. Specially-designed industrial and commercial area.
- n. Act of engaging in trade. - post n. Store etc. In a remote or unsettled region. TRADUCE
v. (-cing) speak ill of; misrepresent. traducement n. Traducer n. [latin, = disgrace]
island n. Raised area in a road to divide traffic streams and for pedestrians to use in crossing.
- jam n. Traffic at a standstill because of roadworks, an accident, etc. - warden n. Official employed to help control road traffic and esp. Parking. - —n. - vehicles moving on a public highway or in the air or at sea. - (usu. Foll. By in) trade, esp. Illegal (drugs traffic). - coming and going of people or goods by road, rail, air, sea, etc. - dealings between people etc. (had no traffic with them). - messages etc. Transmitted through a communications system; volume of this. —v. (-ck-) 1 (usu. Foll. By in) deal in something, esp. Illegally. - deal in; barter. trafficker n. [french from italian] TRAGEDY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 serious accident, disaster, etc.; sad event.
- a play dealing with tragic events and ending unhappily, esp. With the downfall of the protagonist. B such plays as a genre. [greek tragoidia] TRAILER
n. - set of brief extracts from a film etc., used to advertise it in advance.
- vehicle towed by another, esp.: a the rear section of an articulated lorry. B an open cart. C a platform for transporting a boat etc. D us a caravan. TRAINER
n. - person who trains horses, athletes, footballers, etc.
- aircraft or simulator used to train pilots. - soft running shoe. TRAIPSE
colloq. —v. (-sing) tramp or trudge wearily. —n. Tedious journey on foot. [origin unknown]
n. (fem. Traitress) (often foll. By to) person who is treacherous or disloyal, esp. To his or her country. traitorous adj. [latin traditor: related to *tradition]
—n. - (usu. In pl.) Impediment; hindrance (trammels of domesticity).
- triple drag-net for fishing. —v. (-ll-; us -l-) hamper. [medieval latin tremaculum] TRAMPLE
v. (-ling) 1 tread under foot.
- press down or crush in this way. trample on 1 tread heavily on. - treat roughly or with contempt. [from *tramp]
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