Definitions

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  • interjection UK goodbye; equivalent to the more geographically widespread tata

Etymologies

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Examples

  • _Tara, tara, tara_! it sang, and right into the middle of the Fairground drove a great tally-ho coach, with pretty young ladies and fine young gentlemen riding on top of it.

    The Irish Twins

  • - The way you replaced the brass counter melody 'tara ta tara~' that's after

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  • And like in the finale, I think tara was really angry inside with the guy (and his wife), beside the whole shocking revealing thing (he called tara "T"), the alters also came out to say those words to hurt and get back at the couple.

    AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters

  • And like in the finale, I think tara was really angry inside with the guy (and his wife), beside the whole shocking revealing thing (he called tara "T"), the alters also came out to say those words to hurt and get back at the couple.

    AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters

  • And like in the finale, I think tara was really angry inside with the guy (and his wife), beside the whole shocking revealing thing (he called tara "T"), the alters also came out to say those words to hurt and get back at the couple.

    AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters

  • And like in the finale, I think tara was really angry inside with the guy (and his wife), beside the whole shocking revealing thing (he called tara "T"), the alters also came out to say those words to hurt and get back at the couple.

    AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters

  • And like in the finale, I think tara was really angry inside with the guy (and his wife), beside the whole shocking revealing thing (he called tara "T"), the alters also came out to say those words to hurt and get back at the couple.

    AfterElton.com - Because visibility matters

  • What's worse, since Breyer's was bought out by the Dutch, they now use something called tara gum, which is equally vile.

    The L.A. ban on new fast food restaurants in poor neighborhoods.

  • In Japan it is known as tara-no-ki, and In Korea it is known as dureup namu

    Find Me A Cure

  • Caesalpinia spinosa/Coulteria tinctorea (known as "tara" in Bolivia): slow-growing, leguminous, very drought-resistant tree for high altitudes; young seeds reportedly edible by humans but mature seeds toxic; not palatable to goats.

    Chapter 25

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  • Defecto físico o psíquico, por lo común importante y de carácter hereditario // Related words: tarado

    October 21, 2007

  • A way of saying 'goodbye' in some places. Along the lines of toodleoo and cheerio.

    June 14, 2008

  • Perhaps from the prehistoric site, "Hill of Tara" occupied since 3500 BC, and known today as the "Mound of the Hostages" according to yesterday's (October 26, 2009 finished) international archaeology conference held by UCD (University College Dublin) School of Archaeology in the Republic of Ireland.

    October 28, 2009