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Teflon trademark for polytetrafluoroethylene, a substance used to provide a nonsticking coating on some cookware and industrial products.
tegmen a cover, coating, or integument, such as the tough forewing of certain insects or the inner coat of some seeds.
Tegucigalpa the capital of Honduras.
tegular resembling or pertaining to a tile or tiles. [2 definitions]
tegument a natural outer covering of the body or a plant; integument.
Tehran the capital of Iran.
tektite any of numerous small, roundish, glassy objects found in various parts of the world and believed to have originated outside the earth's atmosphere.
tel. abbreviation of "telephone," a device used to transmit sound, esp. speech, over long distances, usu. by wire.
tel- a variant of tele-1, tele-2.
tele-1 distance. [2 definitions]
tele-2 end.
telecast to broadcast by television. [2 definitions]
telecommunication (often pl., but used with a sing. verb) the science, technology, or process of communicating over great distances, as by television, telephone, or radio.
telecommuting the performing of office work at home by using a computer terminal and sending this work back to the employer by electronic means.
teleconference a conference of people in different locations who communicate by telephone, television, computer, or the like. [2 definitions]
telecourse a televised series of lectures, offered by a college or university for credit.
telegenic having a pleasing appearance or manner on television. (See photogenic.)
telegram a communication sent by telegraph.
telegraph an apparatus or system by which messages may be sent by a coded arrangement of simple electrical impulses, usu. along wires. [4 definitions]
telegraphy the transmission or communication of messages by telegraph.
Telegu variant of Telugu.