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trawler a fishing boat equipped with a trawl net. [2 definitions]
tray a flat, open receptacle in varying sizes, usu. with slightly raised edges, used to carry, hold, or display food, drink, or small articles. [2 definitions]
treacherous betraying or likely to betray trust; traitorous; faithless. [2 definitions]
treachery violation of faith or allegiance; betrayal. [2 definitions]
treacle cloying, excessive, or contrived sentimentality. [2 definitions]
tread to step or walk on, over, in, or along. [10 definitions]
treadle a lever operated continuously by the foot to drive a machine. [2 definitions]
treadless combined form of tread.
treadmill a continuous belt or circle of moving steps that, when trod by a person or animal, causes a wheel or shaft to revolve. [2 definitions]
tread on someone's toes to annoy or offend someone.
tread water to keep afloat in an erect position with just the head above water by pumping the legs and feet as though walking. [2 definitions]
treas. abbreviation of "treasurer," the officer of a club, business, government agency, or other organization who is responsible for the safekeeping and disbursement of funds.
treason the betrayal of one's country, esp. by waging war against it or aiding its enemies with strategic information.
treasonable pertaining to, of the nature of, or involving treason.
treasonous consisting of, involving, or relating to a betrayal of one's country. [2 definitions]
treasure accumulated or stored wealth. [4 definitions]
treasure chest a chest filled with valuables, such as jewels and gold. [2 definitions]
treasure hunt a game in which players try to find hidden items, often with the help of written clues.
treasurer the officer of a club, business, government agency, or other organization who is responsible for the safekeeping and disbursement of funds.
treasure-trove something one finds that is of great value, esp. gold, jewels, or money . [2 definitions]
treasury a place where funds are deposited and held. [4 definitions]