T meaning

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The 20th in a series.
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The 20th letter of the modern English alphabet.
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Township.
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Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter t.
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The symbol for the isotope tritium.
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Time.
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Ton(s)
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(physics) Torque.
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Something shaped like the letter T.
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Tablespoon(s)
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Testament.
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Thymine.
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(rom. history) Titus (the praenomen)
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(chem.) Triple bond.
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Half-life.
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Forming past participles and adjectives derived from them.

Slept, burnt.

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It.

Do't.

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Thyroxine.
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Thymine.
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The twentieth letter of the English alphabet: from the Greek tau, derived from the Hebrew tav.
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Shaped like T.
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(football) Tackle.
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Ton.
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T is the 20th letter in the English alphabet, or a speech sound shown by this letter.

An example of t is the first letter of the word "truck."

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Top quark.
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Tesla.
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Any of the speech sounds that this letter represents, as, in English, the (t) of time.
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In the time (of)
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Tare.
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Target.
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Teaspoon(s)
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Telephone.
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Temperature.
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Tempo.
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Tenor.
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Tense.
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Town.
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Township.
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Transit.
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Transitive.
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Volume.
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Absolute (Kelvin) temperature.
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(football) Tackle.
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Technician.
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Temperature.
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Tension.
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Tera-
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Territory.
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Tera. From the Greek teras, meaning monster, translates to trillion.
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In terms of the electromagnetic spectrum, THz (terahertz) is a trillion (10 12 ) hertz, which is in the range of infrared and visible light. Infrared light has application in fiber optic and free space optics (FSO) transmission systems. A Tbps is a trillion (10 12 ) bits per second. In transmission systems, therefore, a trillion is exactly 1,000,000,000,000 since the measurement is based on a base 10, or decimal, number system.
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In computing and storage systems, a TB (terabyte) is actually 1,099,511,627,776 (2 40 ) bytes, as the measurement of internal computer memory is based on a base 2, or binary, number system. The term TB comes from the fact that 1,099,511,627,776 is nominally, or approximately, 1,000,000,000,000. See also byte, electromagnetic spectrum, and hertz.
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T interface or Reference Point T in ISDN. See Reference Point T.
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The ITU-T Recommendation for the multipoint transport of multimedia data, which can include whiteboarding or binary files. The T.120 series of recommendations supports a broad range of underlying network technologies, and can work either independently or under the H.320 umbrella.T.120 is entirely platform-independent, and can run in a variety of network environments, involving either reliable or unreliable data transport. T.120 supports both unicast and multicast modes of operation. See also binary, data, H.320, multicast, multipoint, platform independent, transport, unicast, and whiteboarding.
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An ITU-T specification, published in 1996, describing the handshaking protocol used between Group III/IV facsimile machines to establish and maintain communications.T.30 also provides for routing faxes to users via subaddresses or fax mailboxes. Message security is included, so that only those responsible for certain manual routing processes can view even the cover page. See also facsimile, Group III, Group IV, handshaking, and protocol.
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An ITU-T Recommendation issued in June 1998 for Fax over Internet Protocol (FoIP) in storeand-forward mode via e-mail, through the use of SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) and MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) protocols. The ITU-T and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) jointly developed the standard, which the IETF mirrors in RFCs 2301-2306.T.37 specifies the attachment of fax image documents to e-mail headers and their encoding in the Tagged Image File Format-Fax (TIFF-F) data format using Modified Huffman (MH) compression. In simple-mode, T.37 uses the TIFFF S-profile and restricts fax transmission to the most popular fax machine formats (e.g., standard or fine resolution, and standard page size). Simple-mode provides no confirmation of delivery. Full-mode extensions include mechanisms for ensuring call completion through negotiation of capabilities between transmit and receive devices. Full-mode also provides for delivery confirmation. Extensions have been developed for color fax, as well as black-and-white and grayscale.
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Also known as Internet Fax Protocol (IFP). An ITU-T Recommendation originally issued in June 1998 for store-and-forward Fax over Internet Protocol (FoIP) via e-mail. T.38 addresses IP fax transmissions for IP-enabled fax devices and fax gateways, and defines the translation of T.30 fax signals and Internet Fax Protocol (IFP) packets. The specific methods for various T.38 implementations include fax relay and fax spoofing. Fax relay, also known as demod/remod, addresses the demodulation of standard analog fax transmissions from originating machines equipped with modems, and their remodulation for presentation to a matching destination device. Fax relay depends on a low latency IP network in order to avoid session time outs. Fax spoofing is used for fax transmissions over IP networks characterized by longer and less predictable levels of packet latency that could cause the session with the conventional fax machines to time out. T.38 provides for two transport protocols, User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), and several optional means for error control. See also fax relay, fax spoofing, FoIP, T.30, T.37, TCP, and UDP.
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An ITU-T specification, published in 1999, for binary file transfer (BFT) that permits compliant facsimile devices to send any image file type (e.g., .eps, .pcx, and .bmp) in the form of an editable file that retains its specific file attributes. T.434 offers facsimile the additional advantages of increased throughput and reduced document storage requirements through data compression.T.434 works with computer-based facsimile systems and Group IV fax machines, and supports the linking of fax systems to photocopiers, scanners, e-mail gateways, and PCs. See also facsimile, Group IV, and throughput.
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The ITU-T Recommendation for Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), a graphics file format for storing highly compressed images. JPEG is a joint standard of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU-T T.81) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). See also compression, ISO, ITU-T, and JPEG.
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The twentieth letter of the English alphabet, called tee and written in the Latin script.
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The ordinal number twentieth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called tee and written in the Latin script.
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The twentieth letter of the English alphabet, called tee and written in the Latin script.
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The ordinal number twentieth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called tee and written in the Latin script.
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(ratings) Teen.
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(finance) Taxable.
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(stock symbol) AT&T.
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(rail transport, in multiple unit formations) Trailer car.
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Popular term for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, or MBTA; specifically, referring to the subway or train. E.g.: "I'm going to take the T"
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(sports) The sports statistic for ties in a given period under a given criteria.
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(basketball) Technical foul.
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American Library Association. Abbreviation of twentieth, a book size range (12.5-15 cm in height).
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Transgender (TG) or transsexual (TS) (used in contrast to cisgender M or F)
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(archaic) Contraction of it.
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(text messaging) Start.
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Alternative form of T.
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(metrology) Symbol for the teraohm, an SI unit of electrical resistance equal to 1012 ohms.
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(topology) The Kolmogorov property.
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(of a topological space) Such that, for any two of its points, there exist respective open sets containing each and and not the other.
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(topology, of a topological space) Such that any two points have disjoint neighborhoods.
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(computing) The ASCII control character device control 4 in caret notation.
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(Northern England) The. (Used in Yorkshire and some areas of Lancashire)
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(organic chemistry) Tert- ; tertiary form.
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Of the age; aged.
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The symbol for the isotope tritium.
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Temperature.
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Tenor.
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Thursday.
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Thymine.
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Time reversal.
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Tuesday.
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(sports) Turnover.
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Tare.
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(latin) Tempore (in the time of)
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Time.
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Troy (system of weights)
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A type or impression for t or T.
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The twentieth in a sequence or group.
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An object shaped like T.
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Of t or T.
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Twentieth in a sequence or group.
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Troy.
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Tesla(s)
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Thursday.
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Time (of firing or launching)
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Ton(s)
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Tuesday.
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It.

'twas.

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Triiodothyronine.
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Temperature.
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Abbreviation of temperature , tesla , thymine.
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See tera.
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to a T
  • Perfectly; precisely:
    This actor fits the role to a T.
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to a T
  • to perfection; exactly
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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of t - t 1

Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

Origin of t

  • Abbreviation of Latin aetatis (“of age”)

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