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trespass an act of entering the property of another without permission, which is against the law. [3 definitions]
trestle a framework that holds up a bridge or other structure.
tri- a prefix that means "three."
trial the act of hearing a case in court to decide whether or not a person has broken a particular law. [5 definitions]
triangle a flat, closed figure that has three straight sides. [2 definitions]
triangular of or shaped like a triangle.
tribal of or relating to a group of people having the same ancestors, customs, and other characteristics.
tribe a group of people, families, or villages that share the same language, social customs, and ancestors.
tributary a river or stream that flows into a larger river or stream, or into a lake.
tribute something given, done, or said to express respect or thanks.
trick something done to fool or cheat someone. [6 definitions]
trickle to fall or flow in drops or in a thin, weak stream. [3 definitions]
trick or treat a custom practiced at Halloween in which children visit their neighbors and say the words "trick or treat" in order to receive a treat such as candy. [2 definitions]
trick-or-treat to take part in the Halloween custom of visiting neighbors while wearing a costume and asking for candy or other treats by saying the words "trick or treat!"
tricky using or marked by tricks or lies. [2 definitions]
tricycle a vehicle with three wheels ridden by pushing pedals with one's feet.
trifle something that has very little value or importance. [2 definitions]
trigger a small lever that when pressed or pulled causes a gun to fire. [2 definitions]
trill a trembling or quivering sound made by a singing voice or a musical instrument. [3 definitions]
trillion the number that is equal to one thousand times one billion; 1,000,000,000,000. [4 definitions]
trim to make neat or orderly by cutting or clipping away some parts. [8 definitions]