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The word tin is in the Wiktionary

101 short excerpts of Wiktionnary (A collaborative project to produce a free-content dictionary.)

— English words —
  • tin n. (Uncountable) A malleable, ductile, metallic element, resistant to corrosion, with atomic number 50 and symbol Sn.
  • tin n. (New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Ireland, Britain, countable) An airtight container, made of tin…
  • tin n. (Countable) A metal pan used for baking, roasting, etc.
  • tin n. (Countable, squash) The bottom part of the front wall, which is "out" if a player strikes it with the ball.
  • tin n. (Slang, dated, uncountable) money, especially silver money.
  • tin n. (Slang, uncountable) computer hardware.
  • tin adj. Made of tin.
  • tin adj. Made of galvanised iron or built of corrugated iron.
  • tin v. (Transitive) To place into a metal can (ie. a tin; be it tin, steel, aluminum) in order to preserve.
  • tin v. (Transitive) To cover with tin.
  • tin v. (Transitive) To coat with solder.
  • TIN n. (US, Philippines, finance) Initialism of taxpayer identification number.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Afrikaans - Iban - Old english - Old norse
  • Ancient greek
  • Atong
    • tin n. Corrugated iron.
  • Azerbaijani
    • tin n. Corner (the space in the angle between converging lines or walls which meet in a point).
    • tin n. Intersection.
  • Breton
    • Tin prop.n. A diminutive of the male given name Kaourantin.
    • Tin prop.n. A diminutive of the male given name Kaourintin.
  • Classical nahuatl
    • -tin suff. Used to form the plural of absolutive noun forms.
  • Danish
    • tin n. Tin (Sn).
  • Faroese
    • tín pron. Genitive singular of tú.
    • tín det. Your; the second person possessive.
  • Faroese - Icelandic
    • tin n. Tin (chemical element).
  • Finnish
    • -tin suff. Forms certain nouns, particularly those describing tools or implements.
  • Iban
    • tin n. Can (An airtight container, made of tin or another metal, used to preserve food.).
  • Indonesian
    • tin n. Tin, an airtight container, made of tin or another metal, used to preserve food.
    • tin n. Fig, a fruit-bearing tree or shrub of the genus Ficus that is native mainly to the tropics.
  • Jersey dutch
  • Latvian
    • tin v. 2nd person singular present indicative form of tīt.
    • tin v. 3rd person singular present indicative form of tīt.
    • tin v. 3rd person plural present indicative form of tīt.
    • tin v. 2nd person singular imperative form of tīt.
    • tin v. (With the particle lai) 3rd person singular imperative form of tīt.
    • tin v. (With the particle lai) 3rd person plural imperative form of tīt.
  • Maltese
    • tin n. Fig, figs: (several fruits; fig as a mass or taste).
  • Mandarin
    • tíŋ rom. Rare spelling of tíng.
    • tìŋ rom. Rare spelling of tìng.
    • tǐŋ rom. Rare spelling of tǐng.
    • tīŋ rom. Rare spelling of tīng.
  • Middle english
    • tin det. (Chiefly Northern and northern East Midland dialectal) Alternative form of þin (“thy”).
    • tin pron. (Chiefly Northern and northern East Midland dialectal) Alternative form of þin (“thine”).
    • tin n. Alternative form of tyn.
  • Navajo
    • tin n. Ice, frost.
  • Noone
  • North frisian
    • tin num. (Föhr-Amrum) ten.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • tin n. (Pre-1938) alternative form of tinn.
  • Papiamentu
    • tin v. To have.
    • tin v. To possess.
    • tin v. There are.
  • Penchal
    • tɨn n. Fresh water.
  • Picard
    • tin pron. Your.
  • Rohingya
    • tin num. Three.
  • Romanian
    • țin v. Inflection of ține…
  • Saterland frisian
    • Tin n. Tin (metal).
  • Sranan tongo
  • Sumerian
    • tin rom. Romanization of 𒁷 (tin).
  • Swazi
    • tin- pref. Class 10 noun prefix.
  • Swedish
    • tin n. (Colloquial) Pronunciation spelling of tiden, definite singular of tid.
  • Tagalog
    • Tin prop.n. A surname from Min Nan of Chinese origin.
  • Tatar
    • tın n. Spirit, breath.
  • Tok pisin
    • tin n. Tin, can.
  • Turkish
    • tin n. Soul (rare, re-introduced in 1934 during the TDK’s language reform).
  • Turkish - Walloon
    • Tin prop.n. A male given name.
  • Tày
  • Tày - Vietnamese
  • Vietnamese
    • tin v. To believe or to trust.
    • tín n. Trust; honesty.
    • tín n. (Buddhism) saddhā; faith; confidence.
    • tín n. (In compounds) news; information.
  • Welsh
    • tin n. (Vulgar, offensive) arse.
  • Yoruba
    • tin v. To be thin; to be skinny.
— English words, defined in German —
  • tin S. Chemie: Zinn kein Plural.
  • tin S. Blechdose.
— English words, defined in Dutch —
  • tin n. (Scheikunde), (element) tin.
  • tin n. (VK) blik.
— English words, defined in Latin —
  • tin n.subs. Stannum (-i, neut.) || √ (chem.; materialiter; symbolus: Sn) Elementum 50.
  • tin n.subs. Lamina stannea seu lamina ferrea stannata.
  • tin n.subs. Brit. Pyxis ferrea, canistrum. → can.
  • tin adi. √ Stanneus.
— English words, defined in French —
  • tin n. (Chimie) (nomenclature UICPA) (Indénombrable) Étain.
  • tin n. (Royaume-Uni) (Nouvelle-Zélande) (Dénombrable) Boîte de conserve, canette.
  • tin n. (Argot) (Indénombrable) Argent (valeur monétaire).
  • tin adj. D’étain, en étain.
  • tin v. Placer dans de l’étain pour préserver.
  • tin v. Couvrir d’étain.
  • tin v. Préparer pour la soudure.
— English words, defined in Spanish —
  • tin s. Química. Estaño.
  • tin s. Hojalata.
  • tin s. Lata.
— English word, defined in Portuguese —
  • tin s. (Química) estanho.
— English words, defined in Italian —
  • tin s. (Elemento chimico) (metallurgia) stagno.
  • tin s. Scatola.
  • tin s. (Gastronomia) teglia.
  • tin s. (Gergale) grana, soldi.
— In Dutch —
  • tin n. (Scheikunde), (element) scheikundig element met symbool Sn…
— In French —
  • tin n.m. (Marine) Cale de bois qui supporte la quille d’un navire…
  • tin n.m. (Par extension) Support de cette cale, qui peut par exemple…
  • tin n.m. Pièce de bois qui supporte ou cale un tonneau.
  • tin n.m. (Botanique) Laurier-tin.
  • Tin n.prop. (Géographie) Hameau des Pays-Bas situé dans la commune…
206 English words from 72 English definitions

absolutive Africa airtight alternative aluminum and angle another are arse atomic atomic␣number Australia baking ball bearing believe between bottom breath Britain Buddhism built can certain chemical chemical␣element Chiefly Chinese Class coat Colloquial compounds computer confidence container converging Corner corrosion corrugated corrugated␣iron countable cover dated definite describing dialectal diminutive ductile during East element especially etc faith Ficus fig figs finance Five food Foot for form forms Fresh Fresh␣water from front front␣wall frost fruit fruit-bearing fruits galvanised Genitive genus given given␣name hardware have honesty Ice identification imperative implements indicative Inflection information Initialism in␣order in␣order␣to Intersection into introduced Ireland iron lai language lines made made␣of mainly male malleable mass meet metal metallic Midland Min Min␣Nan money name Nan native New news New␣Zealand northern noun nouns number offensive order origin out pan part particle particularly person Philippines place player plural point possess possessive Pre- prefix present present␣indicative preserve Pronunciation Pronunciation␣spelling rare reform re-introduced resistant roasting Romanization second second␣person several shrub silver singular skinny Slang solder Soul South South␣Africa space spelling Spirit squash steel strikes surname symbol taste taxpayer ten that that␣is the There There␣are thin thine those Three thy tid tin tools to␣the Transitive tree tropics trust uncountable used used␣to Vulgar wall walls water wherefore which Why with Your Zealand

38 English words from 29 foreign definitions

Argent Argot Bas blik bois Brit cale can canette chem commune conserve dans des element exemple extension grana lamina Lata Laurier Marine met neut nomenclature par Pays Placer Plural pour Pyxis soldi Stannum Support tin tonneau Uni Zinn

3 foreign words from 72 English definitions

Amrum Föhr meet␣in

57 foreign words from 29 foreign definitions

Blechdose Boîte Boîte␣de␣conserve Botanique cette Chemie chimico Chimie Couvrir de␣conserve Dénombrable Elemento Elemento␣chimico Elementum estanho Estaño étain ferrea Gastronomia Géographie Gergale Hameau Hojalata Indénombrable kein Laurier␣tin metallurgia monétaire navire Nouvelle Nouvelle-Zélande par␣exemple Par␣extension Pays-Bas peut Pièce Pièce␣de␣bois Préparer préserver qui quille Química Royaume Royaume-Uni Scatola Scheikunde scheikundig seu situé soudure stagno supporte symbool teglia UICPA valeur Zélande

537 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

tina Tina TINA TINC tind tine Tine ting Ting tink tins TINs tint tiny Tinch tinct Tincy tinda Tindi tinds tinea tined Tineo Tiner tines Tines tinet tinga tinge tingi tings Tings -tinib tinks TINLC tinny Tinos tinta tints tinty Tinago tinaja tincal tin␣can tinchy tin␣cry tincts tindal Tindal tindas +487 words

18819 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

GTINs RTing sting STing s***ting stink stint Xtina acting actino- actins altins anting Artina astink Astins attine Autins bating batino betine biting Catino Cetina citing coting cutins cut-ins dating detins diting doting eating elting Elting enting Epting erting ettins extine fating feting ting Fotini futing gating get␣ink get-ins hating ␣Tĩnh +18769 words

1448 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

Atin GTIN actin actin' actin- altin Artin Astin Autin batin bat␣in bit␣in Butin cetin cutin cut-in cut␣in detin ditin eat-in eatin' eat␣in ettin fit␣in get-in get␣in hatin' 'ittin' Latin let␣in matin Matin opt-in opt␣in patin potin Putin put-in put␣in -retin -retin- rutin satin sat␣in set-in set␣in sit-in sit␣in titin totin' +1398 words

One word-in-word RTL (Word found written from right to left, inside the word. Minimum size 3 letters.)


7 anagrams (New words found by changing the order of the letters.)

int INT in't int. i'n't ITN nit

110 anagrams found with an extra letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word and an extra letter.)

aint ain't aniṭ anti anti- Atin bint cTnI dint din't di'n't gnit GTIN hint idn't I'dn't I'mn't init in␣it inst inst. Inst. inti Inti intj INTJ int'l intl. Int'l into INTO INTP intr intr. ints isnt isn't jint knit lint Lint mint MINT nait NAIT NCIT NDTI neti nift nipt NIPT +59 words

29 anagrams found minus a letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word minus a letter.)

in IN -in i'n in- in. -in' it It IT 'it It. It⁺⁶ ni Ni NI N.I. NT n't n/t -n't -'nt ti TI Ti. T&I tn Tn TN

124 cousins (New words found by changing only one letter.)

Ain AIN ain' bin Bin bin- CIN -cin din Din EIN -ein fin Fin FIN fin. Fin. f***in' gin Gin hin Hin jin Jin kin Kin -kin k'in -kin- lin Lin -lin lin. Lin. min Min MIN min. nin Nin NIN pin PIN qin Qin rin sin Sin SIN tan Tan TAN TBN Tbn. TDN ten TEN TFN TGN tia Tia TIA tib TiB tic TIC -tic tid TID tie tif TIF tig TIG TIJ tik til TIL 'til Tim TIM Tim. tio Tio tip TIP Tir TIR tis TIs TIS 'tis t'is tit tit. Tit. Tiu Tiv Tiw tix (+24 words)

14 lipograms (New words found when removing only one letter.)

in IN -in i'n in- in. -in' ti TI Ti. T&I tn Tn TN

16 epenthesis (New words found when adding only one letter.)

tain Tain tein thin thin' tian Tian Tien tion -tion tiyn -toin Tsin twin Twin tyin

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