- adj. having the shape of a capital T.
- adj. figuratively having knowledge or skills that are broad and deep
“The T-shaped figure was about four inches long, nearly as wide.”
“During the Meiji period, the T-shaped kosode became known as the kimono, and it is now recognized as the national dress of Japan.”
“Around 1330, the set-in sleeve—a gathered sleeve sewn to the bodice of a garment—was invented, replacing the baggy T-shaped garments of earlier days.”
“The engine is a generator that comes into play when the Volt's T-shaped under-floor lithium-ion battery pack discharges.”
“Inviting, intimate and airy, accessible from both Houston and First streets, it is lodged between two graffiti-slathered buildings in the T-shaped, three-quarter-acre First Park.”
“Generally, stationary bicycles feature sturdy back inverted T-shaped support placed on the ground plus a front wheel positioned just off the floor that rolls by pedaling.”
“Our huge T-shaped desk was the perfect space for two people who wanted to work, eat and read comfortably together.”
“Alamy Researchers went to Brisbane, Australia, to three T-shaped intersections where the watched to road side for factors that shape human altruism.”
“Researchers went to Brisbane, Australia, to three T-shaped intersections where motorists who stopped had to wait for an opening in the traffic flow.”
“From there, the charisma and energy spread as he made his way up and down and back and forth across the T-shaped runway with a built-in fan pit where guests pay a premium price for close-up glimpses -- and numerous chances for celebrity contact.”
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