teaspoonful

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noun tea·spoon·ful \ -ˌfu̇l \

Definition of teaspoonful

plural teaspoonfuls play \-ˌfu̇lz\ also teaspoonsful play \-ˌspünz-ˌfu̇l, -ˈspünz-\
1 :as much as a teaspoon can hold
2 :teaspoon 2

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First Known Use of teaspoonful

1731


TEASPOONFUL Defined for English Language Learners

teaspoonful

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noun

Definition of teaspoonful for English Language Learners

  • : the amount that a teaspoon will hold


TEASPOONFUL Defined for Kids

teaspoonful

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noun tea·spoon·ful \ ˈtē-ˌspün-ˌfu̇l \

Definition of teaspoonful for Students

plural teaspoonfuls \-ˌfu̇lz\ also teaspoonsful \-ˌspünz-ˌfu̇l\
1 :as much as a teaspoon can hold

Medical Dictionary

teaspoonful

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noun tea·spoon·ful \ -ˌfu̇l \

medical Definition of teaspoonful

plural teaspoonfuls play \-ˌfu̇lz\ also teaspoonsful play \-ˌspünz-ˌfu̇l, -ˈspünz-\


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