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tax, taxes npl

It seems that taxes are getting worse every year.

impuesto

tax [sth] vtr

The government doesn't tax books or newspapers.

gravar, cobrar impuestos

taxi n /ˈtæksɪ/



taxi

taxi vi



rodar, deslizarse

tea n /tiː/

She drinks tea daily.





What did you eat for tea?

merienda



Let's have tea together this afternoon.

té, merienda

teach vi /tiːtʃ/

When I grow up, I want to teach.

enseñar

teach vtr

Lee hopes to teach young children. Who taught you how to skate?

enseñar, instruir



Brian wants to teach physics.

enseñar



The clinic teaches people about health issues.

enseñar

teacher n /ˈtiːtʃəʳ/

The teacher is late for class.

maestr@, profesor

teaching n /ˈtiːtʃɪŋ/



enseñanza, docencia, educación, instrucción





pedagogía, magisterio, docencia

teaching, teachings n



adoctrinamiento, enseñanzas

teaching adj



docente, educativo, educacional, didáctico

team n /tiːm/

The basketball team won its first game.

equipo



The team worked to get the project finished by the deadline.

equipo

team adj

The project was the result of a team effort.

en equipo

tear n /tɛəʳ, tɪəʳ/

Tears ran down his cheek.

lágrima



There's a tear in my jacket.

rasgadura

tear [sth] from vtr

He tore the page from the book.

arrancar

technical adj /ˈteknɪkəl/



técnico, tecnológico



especializado



técnico

technique n /tekˈniːk/



técnica, método, procedimiento

technology n /tekˈnɒlədʒɪ/

Medical technology has saved many lives.

tecnología

telephone n /ˈtelɪfəʊn/

You can use the black telephone to make calls.

teléfono

television n /ˈtelɪˌvɪʒən/

I watch television for around two hours a day.

televisión



The television is dirty and needs to be cleaned.

televisor

tell vtr /tel/

What did you tell him?

decir



Tell me what he said.

decir

tell vi

Can you tell that I've put on ten pounds?

notar

temperature n /ˈtemprɪtʃəʳ/



temperatura





temperatura, fiebre, calentura

temporarily adv /ˈtempərərɪlɪ/

We'll be using one of the old classrooms temporarily.

temporalmente



Contractors are engaged temporarily to meet deadlines.

temporalmente

temporary adj [ˈtempər&rI]



temporal. provisional, pasajero, transitorio

tend vi /tend/



tender, propender, inclinarse

tend vtr



cuidar, ocuparse de

tendency n /ˈtendənsɪ/

She has a tendency to stammer when she's tired.

tendencia, inclinación



His right-wing tendencies became obvious in the speech.

tendencia





dirección

tension n /ˈtenʃən/



tensión, tirantez





tensión, nerviosismo, presión, ansiedad





tensión, tirantez

tent n /tent/



tienda de campaña





carpa

term n /t3ːm/

The term 'basket case' has an interesting origin.

término



There are thousands of medical terms that most people don't understand.

término



There is a thirty-day term for making payments.

término, plazo



She enrolled in five classes for the spring term.

trimestre



The thief was sentenced to a four-year term of imprisonment.

pena, condena, sentencia

term, terms npl

It all depends on the terms of the contract. Is there a warranty?

condiciones

term n

The president serves a four-year term.

término, periodo

terms npl

I heard that they are not dating any more. Are they still on friendly terms?

términos



The two sides came to terms, and signed the contract.

acuerdo



What are your terms for performing the operation privately, doctor?

honorarios



It all depends on the terms of the contract. Is there a warranty?

condiciones, términos, reglas

terrible adj /ˈterəbl/

It was a terrible experience, and I was off work for a week.

terrible



The weather was terrible the whole week.

terrible, espantoso



He was in terrible pain.

espantoso, severo

terribly adv /ˈterəblɪ/



terriblemente, amlísimamente, pésimamente





terriblemente, extremadamente, extraordinariamente

 

 

tremendamente, enormemente





terriblemente, horriblemente





muy

test n /test/

I have a German test today, and hope I get good results.

examen



The scientists are going to run their tests.

prueba

test vtr

The sensors will test the strength of the fibres.

probar



I want to test the program today to see if it works.

probar



He is having his urine tested for various disorders.

analizar

text n /tekst/



texto





texto

than conj /ðæn/

She is smarter than he is.

que

than prep

I would rather sing than dance.

que

thank [sb] (for [sth]) vtr /θæŋk/

She thanked him for the flowers.

agradecer

thanks interj

Thanks! What a lovely present!

gracias

thanks npl

We give thanks for the love of our family.

gracias



The board would like to offer thanks to our contributors.

agradecimiento, reconocimiento

thank you interj

Thank you for your help.

gracias, te agradezco



Thank you! I liked the gift.

gracias





¡gracias!

thank you, thank-you n

After receiving the gift, I offered him my very best thank you. Don't forget to say your thank yous before you leave.

un factor importante

that pron /[dət]/

Do you like that?

eso

that adj

I like that scarf best.

esa, ese



I'm not sure if I like this one or that one.

ese

that adv

It's not that easy to learn a new language after age fifty.

tan



The movie was not that good.

tan

that adv

I cannot believe I could sleep that deeply. You may not believe me, but it was that hot.

tan

that conj

He was so hungry that he could hear his stomach rumbling.

que



He said that he didn't want to go.

que



From the direction that he was going in, I would say he was headed to town.

que

the def art

The boy went for a walk.

el, la, los, las

theatre, US: theater n /ˈθɪətəʳ/

There are two theatres standing empty in my hometown.

teatro



The whole family's been in theatre for generations.

cine, teatro



No visitors are allowed in the theatre during operations.

quirófano, sala de operaciones

their adj /ðɛəʳ/

It is their dog.

su, sus, de ellos



Somebody left their pen here.

su

theirs pron

Theirs is a lot bigger than ours.

el suyo, la suya, los suyos, las suyas



I looked at your suggestions but I like theirs better.

las suyas, las de ellos

theirs n /ðɛəz/



suyo

them pron /ðem, ðəm/

The guests are here? Let me go greet them.

los

theme n /θiːm/

The theme of the book was that good triumphs over evil.

tema



That song has a nice theme.

melodía, tema

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