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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Babies, Animals, Human
teatteat /tiːt/ noun [countable]  1 British EnglishDHB the rubber part on a baby’s bottle that the baby sucks milk from syn nipple American English2 HBAHBHone of the small parts on a female animal’s body that her babies suck milk from
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teatThe journey is not a long one, a few centimetres only, and the babies quickly find a teat.They attach themselves to her in the time-honoured order: strongest take the front teats, weakest the rear.A few spurts of milk then the thing was at the teat end again, a pinkish-white object peeping through the orifice.Unshielded babies clinging to teats would soon be brushed off.
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