Webster's Collaborative New Word Dictionary - T
tag rugby (n.): a non-contact, simplified form or rugby in which the removal of a tag attached to the ball carrier constitutes a tackle, often played as a training... (see Oxford Dictionary).
tat (v.): transitive. To mark (a person, part of the body) with a tattoo: = tattoo. Usually in passive. Also with "up".
tatted (adj.): that has been tattooed; having a tattoo or tattoos. also in "tatted-up".
tea-bag (v.): transitive. To make tea bags by putting tea, herbs etc. into small porous sachets.
teabagger (n.): a machine that makes tea bags; a company that makes or sells tea bags.
tender (n.): a tender cut of meat, esp. a tenderloin.
they (pro.): used with reference to a person whose sense of personal identity does not correspond to conventional sex and gender distinctions, and who has typically asked to be referred to as "they" (rather than as "he" or "she"). i.e. : some transgender people, some queer people, most non-binary people often prefer the genderless, neutral, singular they rather than he or she (and it’s concomitant pronouns his/her, him/her, his self /herself).
tokunbo (adj.): denoting an imported second-hand product, esp. a car.
top bin (n. and adv.): either of the top corners of the goal ; (also) a goal scored by kicking the ball into either of the top corners.