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Translation of "tea" - English-Spanish dictionary

tea

noun /tiː/
a type of plant grown in Asia, especially India, Ceylon and China, or its dried and prepared leaves
I bought half a kilo of tea.
a drink made by adding boiling water to these
Have a cup of tea!
a cup etc of tea
Two teas, please!
a small meal in the afternoon ( afternoon tea) or a larger one in the early evening, at which tea is often drunk
merienda
She invited him to tea.
teabag a small bag or sachet of thin paper containing tea, on to which boiling water is poured in a pot or cup.
bolsita de té
teacup noun a cup, usually of medium size, in which tea is served.
taza de té
tea party noun ( plural tea parties) an afternoon party at which tea is usually served
merienda
She has been invited to a tea party.
teapot noun a pot with a spout used for making and pouring tea.
tetera
tearoom noun a restaurant where tea, coffee, cakes etc are served.
salón de té
tea set noun ( tea service) a set of cups, saucers and plates, sometimes with a teapot and milk-jug
juego de té
a silver tea service.
teaspoon noun a small spoon for use with a teacup
cucharilla
I need a teaspoon to stir my tea.
a teaspoonful
cucharadita
a teaspoon of salt.
teaspoonful noun an amount that fills a teaspoon
cucharadita
two teaspoonfuls of sugar.
teatime noun the time in the late afternoon or early evening at which people take tea
hora del té
He said he would be back at tea-time.
tea towel noun ( British ) a cloth for drying dishes after they have been washed eg after a meal; dish towel ( American)
paño de cocina
(Definition of tea from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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