Definition of 'tea towel'
Example sentences containing 'tea towel'
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Wrap in a tea towel to stop it drying out and set aside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Place the dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover with a tea towel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now wrap it in a clean tea towel and squeeze dry again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How can one get dry with a tea towel? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cover with a tea towel to keep hot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Beat well until completely combined and cover with a tea towel or cling film. The Sun (2016)Take out of the oven, cover with foil and a tea towel and leave to rest. The Sun (2016)Rinse, squeeze dry in handfuls then wrap in a clean tea towel and squeeze dry again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Arrange on a tray, cover with a damp tea towel and set aside to rest. The Sun (2017)It was revived during the financial crisis of 2008 as a motto on tea towels and greetings cards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You will need a large piece of muslin or a clean tea towel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Who knew that buying a tea towel could be so much fun? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Using a tea towel gently crush each potato but leave them whole. The Sun (2016)Turn out on to the tea towel and carefully peel off the baking parchment. The Sun (2015)Transfer to a clean tea towel and leave to dry. The Sun (2014)Return to the bowl and cover with a damp tea towel. The Sun (2014)Remove from the heat and cover with a tea towel. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Place a folded tea towel under the bowl to stop it slipping. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Drain and dry well in a tea towel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And we still cure smoke alarms with a tea towel. The Sun (2014)Strain through a clean tea towel or jelly bag. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You look like a tea towel. The Sun (2014)Turn them into tea towels pronto. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I brought him a wet tea towel. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Keep any filo not being worked on under a lightly dampened tea towel so it doesn't dry out. The Sun (2013)Cover with a tea towel. The Sun (2013)I guarantee that you will be hankering after its tea towels (selfridges. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The first-time buyer was tidying drawers religiously, folding tea towels just so. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'tea towel'
British English: tea towel /tiː ˈtaʊəl/ NOUN
A tea towel is a cloth used to dry dishes after they have been washed.
- American English: dish towel
- Arabic: مِنْشَفَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pano de prato
- Chinese: 茶巾
- Croatian: kuhinjska krpa
- Czech: utěrka
- Danish: viskestykke
- Dutch: theedoek
- European Spanish: paño de cocina
- Finnish: astiapyyhe
- French: torchon
- German: Geschirrtuch
- Greek: πετσέτα τσαγιού
- Italian: strofinaccio
- Japanese: 布巾
- Korean: 티 타월
- Norwegian: kjøkkenhåndkle
- Polish: ścierka do naczyń
- European Portuguese: naperão
- Romanian: cârpă
- Russian: кухонное полотенце
- Spanish: paño de cocina
- Swedish: diskhandduk
- Thai: ผ้าเช็ดจาน
- Turkish: mutfak havlusu
- Ukrainian: кухонний рушник
- Vietnamese: khăn lau bát
Definition of tea towel from the Collins English Dictionary
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