English version

tea break

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
tea breakˈtea break noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š British EnglishDMEAL a short pause from work in the middle of the morning or afternoon for a drink, a rest etc syn coffee break
Examples from the Corpus
tea breakβ€’ And you even get a tea break without a floating plastic fly in the cup or a plate of rubber biscuits.β€’ We have no official tea break but sometimes one of us goes out and gets tea for the others.β€’ It was during the tea break that Meredith began to feel agitated again.β€’ During the tea break, I was able to chat with the doctor for a few minutes.β€’ Only at the end of the tea break did it reappear again without a guard.β€’ When the tea break comes everybody rushes to the model, holding their cups over the plan.
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