caddy


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caddy

a container for holding or storing items such as pencils, silverware, food, etc.: a dessert caddy
Not to be confused with:
caddie – a person who carries a golf player’s clubs; a rigid wheeled device for moving heavy objects: a luggage caddie; to work as a caddie: I caddie at the country club golf course.
catty – malevolent; bitchy; nasty; spiteful: She made a catty remark about her ex-husband’s new girlfriend.

cad·dy 1

 (kăd′ē)
n. pl. cad·dies
1. A small container, such as a box, used especially for holding tea.
2. A container for storing a group of items not in use.
3. Computers A protective case used to load a CD-ROM into a disk drive.

[Alteration of catty.]

cad·dy 2

 (kăd′ē)
n. & v.
Variant of caddie.

caddy

(ˈkædɪ)
n, pl -dies
chiefly Brit a small container, esp for tea
[C18: from Malay kati; see catty2]

caddy

(ˈkædɪ)
nvb, pl -dies, -dies, -dying or -died
(Golf) a variant spelling of caddie

cad•dy1

(ˈkæd i)

n., pl. -dies.
1. a container for holding or storing items.
[1785–95; see tea caddy]

cad•dy2

(ˈkæd i)

n., pl. -dies,

caddy


Past participle: caddied
Gerund: caddying

Imperative
caddy
caddy
Present
I caddy
you caddy
he/she/it caddies
we caddy
you caddy
they caddy
Preterite
I caddied
you caddied
he/she/it caddied
we caddied
you caddied
they caddied
Present Continuous
I am caddying
you are caddying
he/she/it is caddying
we are caddying
you are caddying
they are caddying
Present Perfect
I have caddied
you have caddied
he/she/it has caddied
we have caddied
you have caddied
they have caddied
Past Continuous
I was caddying
you were caddying
he/she/it was caddying
we were caddying
you were caddying
they were caddying
Past Perfect
I had caddied
you had caddied
he/she/it had caddied
we had caddied
you had caddied
they had caddied
Future
I will caddy
you will caddy
he/she/it will caddy
we will caddy
you will caddy
they will caddy
Future Perfect
I will have caddied
you will have caddied
he/she/it will have caddied
we will have caddied
you will have caddied
they will have caddied
Future Continuous
I will be caddying
you will be caddying
he/she/it will be caddying
we will be caddying
you will be caddying
they will be caddying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been caddying
you have been caddying
he/she/it has been caddying
we have been caddying
you have been caddying
they have been caddying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been caddying
you will have been caddying
he/she/it will have been caddying
we will have been caddying
you will have been caddying
they will have been caddying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been caddying
you had been caddying
he/she/it had been caddying
we had been caddying
you had been caddying
they had been caddying
Conditional
I would caddy
you would caddy
he/she/it would caddy
we would caddy
you would caddy
they would caddy
Past Conditional
I would have caddied
you would have caddied
he/she/it would have caddied
we would have caddied
you would have caddied
they would have caddied
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.caddy - a can for storing teacaddy - a can for storing tea    
can, tin can, tin - airtight sealed metal container for food or drink or paint etc.
Verb1.caddy - act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
serve - do duty or hold offices; serve in a specific function; "He served as head of the department for three years"; "She served in Congress for two terms"
Translations
حامِل أدَوات الغولْفعُلْبَةٌ لِحِفْظ الشّاي
krabička na čaj
tedåse
mailapoikatoimia
dóskylfusveinn
golfa nūju pienesējstējas kārbiņa
plechovička na čaj
çay kutusu

caddy

2 [ˈkædɪ] N
1. (also tea caddy) → cajita f para té
2. (US) (= shopping trolley) → carrito m de la compra

caddy

n
(= tea caddy)Behälter m, → Büchse f
(US: = shopping trolley) → Einkaufswagen m
= caddie N

caddy

2 [ˈkædɪ] n (tea caddy) → barattolo del tè

caddy2

(ˈkӕdi) plural ˈcaddies noun
a small box for keeping tea-leaves in.
References in classic literature ?
Caddy, show Miss Clare and Miss Summerson their rooms.
He took off his cap and handed it to his caddy. He himself was beginning already to look younger.
Increasing applications of fuel caddies associated with surf lifesavers and lifeguard services are boosting the growth of the fuel caddy market.
Summary: Increasing applications of fuel caddies associated with surf lifesavers and lifeguard services are boosting the growth of the fuel caddy market.
Frisco, TX, June 28, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Beach Caddy LLC, announces the launch of the latest 5.0 version of their mobile app, for their 2019 season.
Lifelong golfer John Boyne, 59, gave up a job with an engineering firm, and took a pay cut, to relocate from Glasgow to become a caddy in St Andrews.
I found myself defending Spieth on social media because in that situation, any caddy would expect to hear that because he hasn't done his job and the player has hit two good shots and ended up in the sea and over the back of the green.
"There's a caddy available to use in almost every community and anyone can borrow the equipment from the groups that are looking after them, so get in touch and get out there."
People who use the service have a caddy with a caddy liner in which they place their food waste.
Lee Caddy, 42, of Beddau, died on April 29 this year, when his body was found by a dog walker in woodland behind the Crown Inn public house in Llantwit Fardre.
Considering how integral they are to golf players, their long work hours and modest wages do not do justice to the kind of effort it takes to be an efficient caddy, particularly as they assist their patrons through long hours in the summer heat lugging heavy bags and clubs.
SANDY LYLE has recruited Mexican ex-boxer, ex-caddy and fellow Champions Tour pro Esteban Toledo to caddy for him in next week's Masters.