Noun(1) a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in water(2) a light midafternoon meal of tea and sandwiches or cakes(3) a tropical evergreen shrub or small tree extensively cultivated in e.g. China and Japan and India; source of tea leaves(4) a reception or party at which tea is served(5) dried leaves of the tea shrub; used to make tea
(1) Right, time to splish-splash my way home, shop, do college homework, cook tea and have a bath.(2) The Empire was created to provide access to cheap tea and sugar in the days before Tesco.(3) While tea was cooking, we were on the computer armed with a nice cold, strong vodka and coke each.(4) The subtropical conditions of the Tweed Valley are perfect for tea growing.(5) It is complicated for them to get important goods like tea , flour, or tobacco.(6) Unlike tea grown in the Nilgiris and further South, Darjeeling has a very limited harvest period.(7) The major crops are rice, jute, wheat, tea , sugarcane, and vegetables.(8) Lunch and afternoon tea will be available at the Memorial Hall.(9) The result is a drink that tastes more like cabbage water than tea .(10) That time Mary McCormack in her little thatched shop kept flour, tea , sugar, salt, lamp oil, and perhaps some liquorice sweets.(11) they were about to take afternoon tea(12) I might start painting, go away to cook tea and come back later and think - ├ö├ç├┐that could do with black there,├ö├ç├û he said.(13) In Europe such goods as chocolate, honey, sugar, bananas, tea , and orange juice are also getting certified.(14) So: get in at nine thirty, play with dog, print out day's work, cook tea , shower, bed, ready for more of the same tomorrow.(15) Morning coffee and afternoon tea with home-made cakes and biscuits can be enjoyed in the beautiful gardens or under cover of the Loggia.(16) From the Temple we travelled for lunch and afternoon tea at Kenwood House.