tea break


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tea break

n
Brit a short rest period during working hours during which tea, coffee, etc is drunk
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tea break - a snack taken during a break in the work daytea break - a snack taken during a break in the work day; "a ten-minute coffee break"; "the British have tea breaks"
collation, snack, bite - a light informal meal
Translations

tea break

n (Brit) → pausa sul lavoro (per bere un tè, un caffè)
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25pm to coincide with the tea break of the potential Ashes-deciding Oval Test.
He has his own spade and wheelbarrow and is pictured on his five minute tea break
I thought the judge was on a tea break, but I knew it was very close.
But the tea break took the momentum out of Surrey's attack and after the resumption Andrew Davies and Mark Wallis kept their nerve to seal a valuable three-wicket victory.
It is understood security staff were on a tea break at the time.
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Dancers and musicians can be seen in the outdoor show which brings people together with a public tea break.
When Mandy collapsed, the local on-duty technician did not respond to a 999 call because he was on his tea break.
Tea break strike could lead to closure THE strike of choppers, cutters and fitters at the Saltwells Road factory of Prices Tailors was still continuing.
During the week she experienced tantrums and tears, most of which were hers, but also a distinct lack of time to just sit down and have a good old-fashioned tea break.
I am given one tea break during each shift of ten minutes.
HOSPITAL staff have hit out at the removal of their traditional tea break.