ta

IPA: tˈɑ

Root Word: TA

noun

  • (music) In solfège, the lowered seventh note of a major scale (the note B-flat in the fixed-do system): te.
  • (obsolete) Synonym of Pearl River, the chief river of Guangzhou in China.
  • Initialism of Territorial Army. [A reserve force of the British Army, made up of part-time soldiers.]
  • (countable) Initialism of transportation authority.
  • (countable) Initialism of teaching assistant. [(education) An individual who assists a teacher with instructional responsibilities, often by helping the main teacher by supporting students with learning disabilities or physical disabilities.]
  • (countable) Initialism of travel agent. [Synonym of travel agency]
  • (countable) Initialism of target audience. [(media, marketing) The primary group of people that a publication, advertisement or other type of media is designed to appeal to.]
  • (countable, aviation) Initialism of traffic advisory (a type of TCAS warning). [(aviation) A TCAS caution message alerting the pilot of an aircraft to the presence of nearby traffic which does not yet pose an imminent collision hazard.]
  • (uncountable) Initialism of transactional analysis. [A psychotherapeutic system involving analysis of relationships and interactions in terms of ego states that correspond to the roles of parent (critical and nurturing), adult (rational), and child (intuitive and dependent).]
  • (uncountable, insurance) Initialism of term assurance. [(insurance) Life insurance that pays out a lump sum benefit on the death of the life assured within the term of the policy, and nothing on survival to the end of the term.]

verb

  • (intransitive, transitive) To act as a teaching assistant (for a class).

adjective

  • (microbiology) Initialism of toxin-antitoxin.

Examples of "ta" in Sentences

  • Ne ta is from reversal of ta ne.
  • Ta for expounding on the reasons.
  • Ta ta for now, I have a rendezvous.
  • I was a TA when I went to a grad school.
  • LinkYeah, I got somethin 'ta say navigation viewing
  • Both were resuscitated in 1921 with the rest of the TA.
  • Link2 had somethin 'ta say | Yeah, I got somethin' ta say
  • Thoughts and feelings welcome on this at the link ta ta for now.
  • Ta ta and cheerio and whatever friendly Briticism we can think of.
  • Also can be said with the syllables ta ka ta ta ka ta ta ka ta ta ka ta.
  • Tas is happy go lucky, for the most part, curious, and youthful in spirit.
  • Demis are made to put your ta tas on display, like a pastry in a patisserie.
  • Alas! how long they were coming, and yet the drum at the door continued gayly its _rat ta ta ta_.
  • If the term ta biblia was used in the 2nd century AD to describe the books of the Bible as a whole,
  • The city feller transferred the title ta Bartholemew, an' after a few minutes I had the title in another name usin' a few shell companies ta hide the transactions.
  • | Private Reply fer some reason what i said dint post here bubinski. the muni don't have nuthin ta do wit them transitos which is state "traffic" cops whose headquarters here is in riberas. ya got a beef-talk to the jefe there.
  • In Reply To fer some reason what i said dint post here bubinski. the muni don't have nuthin ta do wit them transitos which is state "traffic" cops whose headquarters here is in riberas. ya got a beef-talk to the jefe there. pedrito, usually the presidente municipal does have authority with transito. don pedro

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