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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtadtad /tæd/ noun spoken 🔊 🔊 → a tad
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tad• Brilliantly designed, very realistic and, despite being a tad tricky to master at first, incredibly playable.• Surely they can't begrudge us for being a tad sharper round the bends?• Some dab on a tad, some eat it like soup.• For the first touchdown of the day, Young threw a 5-yard pass a tad low and short.• That was more than a tad retro so I distracted myself and put some music on.• His 21 errors were a tad high but not nearly as worrisome as his 127 strikeouts.
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