Definition of 'teatime'
Example sentences containing 'teatime'
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This is exceedingly terrible news for teatime and pudding treats. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The teatime quiz will see three generations of families competing. The Sun (2014)Pair your teatime treats with a sweet sparkling wine full of aromatic flavour. The Sun (2013)It is irresistible both as a teatime treat or as a fabulous end to a meal. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She only has one meal a day at teatime. The Sun (2006)And then it was teatime the next day. The Sun (2011)Salvation comes at teatime: then parents will be blaming each other for their exhaustion. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A teatime treat - and not just for the very young. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So, if you are feeling generous, why not split it as a teatime treat with a pal? The Sun (2014)What's the point of hosting the biggest teatime game show around if you can't get the odd holiday out of it? Times, Sunday Times (2015)We don't think so, hence this live teatime show about what to watch on the box is right up our street. The Sun (2016)And now it's teatime the day after that and I still have no internet. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'teatime'
British English: teatime /ˈtiːˌtaɪm/ NOUN
Teatime is the period of the day when people have their tea. It can be in the late afternoon or in the early part of the evening.
We left at teatime.
- American English: late afternoon
- Arabic: سَاعَةُ تَنَاوُلُ الشَاي
- Brazilian Portuguese: hora do chá
- Chinese: 茶歇时间
- Croatian: vrijeme za čaj
- Czech: svačina odpolední
- Danish: sen eftermiddag
- Dutch: theetijd
- European Spanish: hora del té
- Finnish: teehetki
- French: heure du thé
- German: Teestunde
- Greek: ώρα τσαγιού
- Italian: ora del tè
- Japanese: ティータイム
- Korean: 티타임
- Norwegian: tetid
- Polish: pora podwieczorku
- European Portuguese: hora do chá
- Romanian: ora ceaiului
- Russian: время обеда
- Spanish: hora del té
- Swedish: middagsdags
- Thai: เวลาดื่มน้ำชา
- Turkish: çay saati
- Ukrainian: час вечірнього чаю
- Vietnamese: giờ ăn tối
Definition of teatime from the Collins English Dictionary
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