Synonym: Camellia sinensis, afternoon tea, tea leaf, teatime. Similar words: team, tear, steak, steam, steal, teach, steady, tear up. Meaning: [tɪː] n. 1. a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in water 2. a light midafternoon meal of tea and sandwiches or cakes 3. dried leaves of the tea shrub; used to make tea 4. a reception or party at which tea is served 5. a tropical evergreen shrub or small tree extensively cultivated in e.g. China and Japan and India; source of tea leaves.
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1. There's some fresh tea in the pot.
2. Will you bring the tea things into the garden?
3. Tea is raised chiefly in China, Japan and India.
4. We sat in the station buffet sipping tea.
5. I'll get Venner to brew some tea.
6. Do you like your tea sweet?
7. Bring back some tea for me.
8. She dunked a biscuit in her tea.
9. Can I have a tea and two coffees.
10. I like lemon in my tea.
11. How about having a cup of tea?
12. He breezed in and demanded tea.
13. I prefer tea to coffee.
14. Villagers dispensed tea to people involved in the accident.
15. I need a teaspoon to stir my tea.
16. The best grades of tea are expensive.
17. I like tea better than coffee.
18. Let's have tea or something.
19. Denise went downstairs and made some tea.
20. This glass of iced tea will refresh you.
21. Tea and biscuits will be provided.
22. Would you like a cup of tea or coffee?
23. I slopped tea in the saucer.
24. There you are. A nice cup of tea.
25. Step across and have tea with me tomorrow.
26. He put sugar in his tea and stirred it.
27. Do you take milk in your tea?
28. I always drink tea from a glass.
29. Would you like tea or a cold drink?
30. Tomato soup is my cup of tea.