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teaching the activity or occupation of one who teaches. [3 definitions]
teaching fellow a graduate student at a university who performs certain teaching duties in exchange for financial aid.
teaching machine a mechanical device used for programmed instruction, providing the user with an immediate response to his or her work.
tea cozy a padded, insulating covering for a teapot.
teacup a small cup, usu. used for serving tea or the like. [2 definitions]
teacupful the amount that a teacup is capable of holding.
teahouse a restaurant or similar place, common in the Far East, where tea and other refreshments are served.
teak a tall evergreen tree of Asia with hard, yellowish brown wood. [2 definitions]
teakettle a covered kettle with a handle and spout that is used to boil water.
teal any of several small freshwater ducks with short necks. [2 definitions]
team a group of competitors on one of the sides in a sporting event or game. [7 definitions]
team-building relating or contributing to the process of organizing and training a group of people to work together effectively.
teammate a member of the same team or group.
team player a team member who works for the good of the team, perhaps sacrificing his or her own personal interests or goals.
teamster one who drives a team or truck to transport goods, esp. as an occupation.
team teaching a method of instruction in which a group of teachers work cooperatively and integrate their subjects so as to give their students a broader perspective.
teamwork the work or coordinated effort of a team or group of people to produce a desired result.
tea party a small social gathering, usu. held in the late afternoon, at which tea and other refreshments are served.
teapot a covered pot with a spout and handle that is used to make and serve tea.
tear1 a drop of salty liquid produced in the eye which serves to cleanse and lubricate the surface of the eye and which is often produced in greater amounts when a person feels certain emotions, esp. sadness. [4 definitions]
tear2 to pull apart or into pieces. [12 definitions]