teh

Teh vs L - What's the difference?

teh | l |


As an abbreviation teh

is trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

As a letter l is

the twelfth letter of the.

As a symbol l is

symbol for liter or litre.

Teh - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Teh - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | teh |


As an abbreviation teh is

trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

Meh vs Teh - What's the difference?

meh | teh |


As an abbreviation teh is

trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

Teh vs Tee - What's the difference?

teh | tee |


As an abbreviation teh

is trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

As a noun tee is

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Tesh vs Teh - What's the difference?

tesh | teh |


As a noun tesh

is (phonetics) the digraph "".

As an abbreviation teh is

trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

Teh vs Teg - What's the difference?

teh | teg |


As an abbreviation teh

is trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

As a noun teg is

(uk|dialect|dated) a sheep (originally a ewe) that is one to two years old.

Tey vs Teh - What's the difference?

tey | teh |


As a noun tey

is an old english measure of length for rope, perhaps equivalent to the fathom.

As an abbreviation teh is

trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

Ted vs Teh - What's the difference?

ted | teh |


As a noun ted

is teddy boy.

As a verb ted

is to spread hay for drying.

As an abbreviation teh is

trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

Tex vs Teh - What's the difference?

tex | teh |


As a noun tex

is a milligram per meter, a unit of linear mass density for thread or fiber.

As an abbreviation teh is

trans europe halles, a european cultural organization of venues that house the arts.

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