teatime

teatime
tea|time [ `ti,taım ] noun uncount
a time when you drink tea
a. BRITISH in the U.K., the time in the late afternoon or early evening when you eat the meal called tea

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • Teatime — may refer to: * a tea break during which tea may be drunk * or, more commonly, high tea, Afternoon Tea or just Tea, a mid afternoon or early evening meal (Scotland) see Tea (meal) * 4pm, as a named time within the at (Unix) command *Mr. Teatime… …   Wikipedia

  • teatime — [tē′tīm΄] n. the time of day when TEA (n. 6a) is customarily served …   English World dictionary

  • teatime — n. 1) at teatime 2) past teatime * * * at teatime past teatime …   Combinatory dictionary

  • teatime — [[t]ti͟ːtaɪm[/t]] teatimes N VAR Teatime is the period of the day when people have their tea. It can be eaten in the late afternoon or in the early part of the evening. [BRIT] We left at teatime …   English dictionary

  • teatime — tea|time [ˈti:taım] n [U] BrE a time in the late afternoon or early evening when people have a meal ▪ John won t be back until teatime …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • teatime — noun Date: 1727 the customary time for tea ; late afternoon or early evening …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • teatime — /tee tuym /, n. the time at which tea is served or taken, usually in the late afternoon. [1750 60; TEA + TIME] * * * …   Universalium

  • teatime — noun the traditional time, in the late afternoon, for serving tea (the meal) …   Wiktionary

  • teatime — Synonyms and related words: TV dinner, alfresco meal, barbecue, breakfast, brunch, buffet supper, clambake, coffee break, cookout, diner, dinner, elevenses, fish fry, high tea, hot luncheon, lunch, luncheon, mash, meat breakfast, petit dejeuner,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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