tea break

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tea break

n
Brit a short rest period during working hours during which tea, coffee, etc is drunk
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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
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tea break

n (Brit) → pausa sul lavoro (per bere un tè, un caffè)
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