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  • n. The drink made by infusing the dried leaves or buds of the tea plant in hot water, often served with milk or cream and sugar added.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Tea; -- the Chinese (Mandarin) name, used generally in early works of travel, and now for a kind of rolled tea used in Central Asia.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The Chinese word for tea.-Cha sze, a tea-expert; a tea-taster.


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From Hindustani चा / چا (ćā), from Persian چا, from Sinitic .



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  • also short for cha-cha, which bikini waxing blogger formerly fun calls vaginas. I find it hilarious.

    May 3, 2010

  • Manx, "not."

    April 23, 2009

  • Ixnay.

    June 27, 2008

  • Whatever you say.

    June 26, 2008

  • Enough already, okay?

    June 26, 2008

  • Way.

    June 26, 2008

  • No way!

    June 26, 2008

  • Ugh, you'll pay.

    June 26, 2008

  • So they say.

    June 26, 2008

  • Eh?

    June 26, 2008

  • No way. A cha cha cha ruined my day yesterday.

    Why does this annoying -ay sound end off everything I say?

    June 26, 2008

  • ...cha, cha! Wordie Conga Line!

    June 26, 2008

  • One third of an excuse to shake your booty, foo.

    June 26, 2008

  • Tea.

    February 6, 2008