English Vocabulary Words
with Meaning



English wordsMeanings
teaa hot drink made by pouring boiling water on to the dried leaves of the tea plant
insteadin place of
tnot hard, rough or loud
steadilyin a steady, firm way
steadystanding firm; moving without jerking or shaking. The same word also means loyal and faithful
steaka thick slice of meat or fish
stealto take something which belongs to someone else
steamthe cloud-like gas that water turns into when it boils
steama small river
teachto show someone how to do something; to give lessons
teachersomeone who helps you to learn things
teama group of people all helping each other in a job or game
teapota special pot to make tea in. It has a handle and a spout
tear(rhymes with spare) to pull apart; to rip
tear(rhymes with spear) one of the drops of water that come from your eyes when you are sad or hurt
teaseto annoy someone by making fun of him
teasera tricky question or problem
tea setcups and saucers, plates and a teapot which all have the same pattern
teethmore than one tooth
thouan old-fashioned word for you
thuda heavy bumping sound when something falls to the ground
tidethe coming in and going out of the sea
tidyneat; in order; not in a mess
tieto make a knot with string or ribbon. The same word also means a narrow piece of cloth worn around the neck
tita small prettily-coloured wild bird
toadan animal that looks like a frog which has a rough, lumpy skin. It usually lives on land
todayon this day
toea part of your foot. You have five toes on each foot
tooas well; also
toothone of the white bones in your mouth that you use to bite with
tota small child. The same word also means to add up
toysomething children play with
tow(rhymes with go) to pull something along by a rope
tweeda thick, rather rough woollen cloth which is often used to make suits and overcoats
unsteadynot steady; shaky
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