tea chest


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Noun1.tea chest - chest for storing or transporting teatea chest - chest for storing or transporting tea
chest - box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy
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tea chest

n (Brit) → Kiste f

tea chest

ncassa per il tè
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Dear dear,' said Flora, 'only to think of the changes at home Arthur--cannot overcome it, and seems so natural, Mr Clennam far more proper--since you became familiar with the Chinese customs and language which I am persuaded you speak like a Native if not better for you were always quick and clever though immensely difficult no doubt, I am sure the tea chests alone would kill me if I tried, such changes Arthur--I am doing it again, seems so natural, most improper--as no one could have believed, who could have ever imagined Mrs Finching when I can't imagine it myself
Not a mention of the driven, determined, brilliant Logie Baird who, while completely skint, built the very earliest forms of television using bric-a-brac like an old tea chest and some bicycle accessories.
Tea Amenity - Boston Tea Company Connoisseur's Mini Wooden Tea Chest which includes 20 tea bags in five gourmet blends: English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Oriental Treasure Green Tea, Pomegranate Green Tea and Lemon Honey Chamomile Herbal
The gift items include Twelve Teas, Tea Chest Four, Tea Keeper and Wooden Box.
What better way to display your favourite teas than in a luxury wooden tea chest designed by the Indianteacompany?
The moving correspondence between a soldier serving during World War Two and his wife anxiously waiting for him back home have been found in a tea chest by relatives.
The sumptuous mahogany tea chest with elaborate rococo silver mounts contains a set of silver canisters (1739-40) marked for Louis Pantin, another goldsmith of Rouen origin.
Margaret's Fine Imports Tea Pittsburgh not only sells over 200 loose and bagged teas and many gourmet coffees, but there you can buy many unique holiday presents and Christmas gifts like: German Cookies and Cakes, Jessie Steele aprons, funny aprons, imported chocolates and candy, coffee and tea accessories, pouch mugs, tea chest, tea pots, and Polish chocolates, sweets and cards.
At 76 years old, she's almost certainly the oldest - and quite possibly the only - tea chest bassist in the Midlands.
She was huckled out clutching a Kleenex, and before her limo had reached the end of the street, a Pickfords van was at the door and the good china was coming out in a tea chest.
95) begins with a tea pot filled with hot water and the tea chest, from which you select your own tea (pots of hot Chai tea, milky black tea spiced with cinnamon, vanilla and cardamon are available, too).
Museum goers can go global in "American Enterprise" in the Mars Hall of American Business, with objects from George Washington's tea chest to the cellphone belonging to Vint Cerf, recognized as one of the founders of the internet.