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We love the singing on the 1st tee. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On the first tee yesterday, they tossed a coin to see who would hit the opening shot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I hope by the time we tee off, it will all have died down a bit. The Sun (2016)There, on that first tee, they will confront all their deepest fears. The Sun (2016)Players talk of how difficult it can be just to grip a club on the first tee at the Ryder Cup. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But he knows it will get VERY real when he steps into the cauldron of the first tee come Friday morning. The Sun (2016)On the ninth tee he was one over for the day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then we all received personalised golf tees in a pink plastic fish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wear with a plain white tee and trainers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We waited for a quiet moment before creeping onto the first tee. For Love or Money (2006)Wear it open with a white tee underneath. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But he will take a bit of baggage with him onto the first tee today. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But will he be nervous standing on the 1st tee? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was still a stroke ahead as he walked to the 18th tee. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That afternoon we set a tee time for Tuesday morning. Christianity Today (2000)So we headed out to the 10th tee and it was all incredibly exciting. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Just reserved a load of tee times tomorrow for the England cricketers and commentary team! Times, Sunday Times (2012)With the new back tees this hole is much more like it used to be 20 years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The trophy will be on display on the 1st tee this week before it is packaged up and sent back. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The Englishman appeared to have done the hard work after finding the fairway off the 18th tee. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: tee /tiː/ NOUN
In golf, a tee is a small piece of wood or plastic which is used to support the ball before it is hit at the start of each hole.
- American English: tee
- Arabic: نُقْطَةُ الاِنْطِلَاقِ في لُعْبِةِ الـجُولْف
- Brazilian Portuguese: suporte para a bola golfe
- Chinese: 球座
- Croatian: trojnik
- Czech: podstavec pod golfový míček při odpalu
- Danish: tee
- Dutch: tee
- European Spanish: tee
- Finnish: tii
- French: té
- German: Tee
- Greek: κοντομάνικο ρούχο
- Italian: tee
- Japanese: ティー ゴルフ
- Korean: 티 골프
- Norwegian: tee
- Polish: rzutnia
- European Portuguese: suporte para a bola golfe
- Romanian: țintăgolf
- Russian: тройник
- Spanish: punto de salida
- Swedish: utslagsplats
- Thai: เป้ารองรับลูกกอล์ฟในการตี
- Turkish: golf sopası
- Ukrainian: мітка для м'яча
- Vietnamese: vật đỡ bóng gôn
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