teatime
noun Date: 1727 the customary time for tea ; late afternoon or early evening

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  • Teatime — may refer to: * a tea break during which tea may be drunk * or, more commonly, high tea, Afternoon Tea or just Tea, a mid afternoon or early evening meal (Scotland) see Tea (meal) * 4pm, as a named time within the at (Unix) command *Mr. Teatime… …   Wikipedia

  • teatime — [tē′tīm΄] n. the time of day when TEA (n. 6a) is customarily served …   English World dictionary

  • teatime — n. 1) at teatime 2) past teatime * * * at teatime past teatime …   Combinatory dictionary

  • teatime — [[t]ti͟ːtaɪm[/t]] teatimes N VAR Teatime is the period of the day when people have their tea. It can be eaten in the late afternoon or in the early part of the evening. [BRIT] We left at teatime …   English dictionary

  • teatime — tea|time [ˈti:taım] n [U] BrE a time in the late afternoon or early evening when people have a meal ▪ John won t be back until teatime …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • teatime — /tee tuym /, n. the time at which tea is served or taken, usually in the late afternoon. [1750 60; TEA + TIME] * * * …   Universalium

  • teatime — noun the traditional time, in the late afternoon, for serving tea (the meal) …   Wiktionary

  • teatime — Synonyms and related words: TV dinner, alfresco meal, barbecue, breakfast, brunch, buffet supper, clambake, coffee break, cookout, diner, dinner, elevenses, fish fry, high tea, hot luncheon, lunch, luncheon, mash, meat breakfast, petit dejeuner,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • teatime — tea|time [ ti,taım ] noun uncount a time when you drink tea a. BRITISH in the U.K., the time in the late afternoon or early evening when you eat the meal called tea …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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