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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteatimetea‧time /ˈtiːtaɪm/ noun [uncountable] British English  a time in the late afternoon or early evening when people have a meal John won’t be back until teatime.
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teatimeThe result looked like a misshapen, over-sized hamburger which we ate at teatime, and all agreed was absolutely delicious.Do you spend quality time with your youngsters at teatime, read to them, play with them?By teatime, Landless was well pleased with his day's work and the careful planning which had gone into it.And by the time she returned it would be six or six thirty. Teatime!
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