Found 97 phrases starting with TR:

track downTo hunt for or locate; to search for; to find.Rate it:
track recordAn organization's, product's, or person's past performance reviewed in its entirety, usually for the purpose of making a judgment.Rate it:
track withTo associate or go out with.Rate it:
tractor outTo dismiss while replacing manual labour with tractors.Rate it:
trade downTo lose value on the stock exchange.Rate it:
trade downTo sell something and replace it with something cheaper.Rate it:
trade into give a piece of merchandise as part of the payment or trade for something new.Rate it:
trade unionsocial eventRate it:
trade unionworkers' organisationRate it:
trade upTo gain value on the stock exchange.Rate it:
trade upTo sell something and replace it with something more expensive.Rate it:
trade-offa balance achieved between two desirable but incompatible features; a compromise.Rate it:
traffSomeone with a great sense of humor.Rate it:
trail offTo slowly diminish in intensity, volume or frequency; thus, to diminish more quickly over time.Rate it:
trailer niggerA white person, especially poorly-educated or of low social status.Rate it:
trailer park trashLower-class people who live in trailer parks.Rate it:
Trailer TrashDeprecating Social Term, Associated with Families Struck With Economic Hardship.Rate it:
trailer trashDeleted from the movie trailer. Not included in theatrical run.Rate it:
trailer trashTrailer park trash.Rate it:
train upTo train or educate.Rate it:
train wreckAn inevitable disaster.Rate it:
train wreckThe aftermath of a train crash.Rate it:
TrampIn Depression Daze, A Vagrant, 'Homeless', Hobo, Wanderer, Vagabond, 'One Without Personal Transport', 'One Who WalksRate it:
transcendental meditationUsed other than as an idiom: see transcendental, meditation.Rate it:
transcendental meditationA form of mantra meditation introduced worldwide in 1957 by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (1917-2008).Rate it:
transform and roll outLet's go, get a move on.Rate it:
trash outTo criticize the person spoken to in a rant.Rate it:
trash pandaA raccoon, especially one that forages in garbage cans.Rate it:
travel ironholiday accessoryRate it:
travel junkieWho are using their time and money to seek out adventure holidays and travel.Rate it:
tread lightlyTo proceed carefully; especially, to seek to avoid causing offense.Rate it:
tread outTo press out with the feet; to press out, as wine or wheat.Rate it:
treat like dirtto treat someone badly, especially with disrespect or contemptRate it:
treat them mean, keep them keenA woman will be more interested in a man if he is not kind to her.Rate it:
trench mouthAcute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, a severe bacterial infection of the gums, typically characterized by inflammation, bleeding, deep ulceration, necrotized tissue, pain, fever, enlarged lymph nodes, fatigue, and halitosis.Rate it:
trial balloonAn idea, suggestion, or prospective action, product, etc. offered to an audience or group in order to test whether it generates acceptance or interest.Rate it:
trial by fireA test in which a person is exposed to flames in order to assess his/her truthfulness, commitment, courage, etc.Rate it:
trial by fireA situation in which a soldier or other combatant faces the discharge of opposing weapons, as a test of his or her fortitude.Rate it:
trial by fireAny ordeal which tests one's strength, endurance, or resolve.Rate it:
trial by mediaThe process by which media coverage affects a person's reputation by creating a widespread perception of guilt or innocence, often before, or after, a verdict in a court of law.Rate it:
trick of the tradeA shortcut or other quick, or very effective way of doing things, that professional workers learn from experience.Rate it:
trick outTo trick out; to mod or customize an object, typically for the purpose of both personalization as well as enhancing the object's performance capabilities and more particularly for the purpose of performing stunts with that object.Rate it:
trick up one's sleeveA surprise advantage of which others are not aware.Rate it:
trickle downTo pass from high-ranked people to lower-ranked peopleRate it:
trickle downUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see trickle,‎ down.Rate it:
tried and testedSynonym of tried and trueRate it:
tried and trueThe expression conveys the theme that certain agendas, thrusts, actions approaches, formulas, have proven to be creditable, dependable, helpful, workable.Rate it:
tried and trueWell-established and tested; known to work or succeed based on extensive experience.Rate it:
trifle withto toy withRate it:
trifle withto mockRate it:

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