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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtata /tɑː/ interjection British English informal spoken  THANKthank youTATA /ˌtiː ˈeɪ/ noun  1 [singular] British English the abbreviation of Territorial Army2 [countable] the abbreviation of teaching assistant
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TAGames are condemned in TA as damaging to authentic relationships between people, time-wasting and unproductive.I was still unemployed, and happy as such, for it gave me more time for the TA.The other soldiers had wives and families to go to, but I felt slightly at a loss away from the TA.Two years before, two TA soldiers met at an Army open day.
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