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More Tea, Vicar?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMore Tea, Vicar?Vicar? More TeaˌMore ˈTea, ˌVicar? British English  an expression used humorously when a conversation becomes embarrassing and you want to start talking about something else, or when there is an embarrassing silence during a conversation
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