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Tachyon
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Tachyon: Hypothetical particle which is smaller than an atom and travels faster than the speed of light (Physics)
Tachysterol
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Tachysterol: Isomer of ergosterol that forms vitamin D2 when irradiated with ultraviolet light (Biochemistry)
Tacit
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Tacit: Communicated wordlessly, implied without being expressed in words
Tacit consent
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Tacit consent: Agreement that is understood without a need for words
Tacit understanding
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Tacit understanding: Silent agreement, agreement that is understood through silence
Taciturn
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Taciturn: Habitually silent not given to converse not apt to talk or speak. Tac"i*turn*ly, adv. Syn. Silent reserved. Taciturn, Silent. Silent has reference to the act
Taciturnity
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Habilual silence, or reserve in speaking. The cause of Addisons taciturnity was a natural diffidence in the company of strangers. V. Knox. The taciturnity and the short
Taciturnly
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Taciturnly: In a silent and uncommunicative manner, reticently
Tacitus
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Tacitus: Marcus Tacitus (d. AD 276). Roman emperor, successor of Aurelius Publius Cornelius Tacitus (AD c. 55-120), Roman historian, author of the "Histories" and the "G
Tack
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To change the direction of a vessel by shifting the position of the helm and sails also (as said of a vessel), to have her direction changed through the shifting of the
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