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ti in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtiti /tiː/ noun [singular] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š APMthe seventh note in a musical scale according to the sol-fa system
Examples from the Corpus
tiβ€’ That was true, but it was also a ti me of shock, suspended animation.β€’ It was forced to back down both ti! mes.β€’ Bouvet refers to the characters ti and shang-ti as being the most commonly used in referring to the Sovereign Lord.β€’ But Katherine also realized that the longer ti took, the more chance there was of them leaving the country.β€’ To me, ti just looks like the fools are running scared.β€’ He looked as if he meant ti.β€’ There's plenty ti do now Jonna's gone and besides, it's not a man's place.β€’ After some ti me the job is completed and the two mortar bombs have been neutralised.