tea cloth


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tea cloth

n
another name for tea towel
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Noun1.tea cloth - a small tableclothtea cloth - a small tablecloth      
tablecloth - a covering spread over a dining table
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tea cloth

n (for dishes) → strofinaccio (Brit) (for trolley, tray) → tovaglietta da tè
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On the other side of the draining board, set out on an old tea cloth, are three empty bottles and a heap of sugar in a covered bowl.
99 for four, Cargo Homeshop; Polka dot and floral tea cloth set, pounds 8 for three, Bhs; Gold paper plates, pounds 1 for pack of eight, paper cups, pounds 1 for 30, glass jug, pounds 1, Wilkinson Celebratory cushion, pounds 18, Debenhams Jammie dodger mug, pounds 2.
You, by the way, get to wear a sort of large tea cloth.
Chaikin or chakin: The tea cloth used for ritual cleaning of the tea bowl.
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Return to pan and carefully tuck a clean tea cloth over to finish cooking by steaming in its own heat.
The older ladies here wear traditional pink `bonnets' in the winter made by placing a toweling fabric, much like a tea cloth we would use to dry the dishes, on top of the head and tying at the back of the neck.
If you are a teacher, though, you can be the most boring old git ever to walk into a classroom, and have the charisma of a wet tea cloth - yet be paid exactly the same as the teacher who inspires and encourages their pupils on to great things.
Pour the hot saffron water over the couscous mixture, cover with a tea cloth and leave to steam for 5-10 minutes.
Drain and peel holding them in your hand with a tea cloth.