Definitions for tadtæd
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word tad
a slight amount or degree of difference
"a tad too expensive"; "not a tad of difference"; "the new model is a shade better than the old one"
A small amount; a little bit.
Could you lean the picture to the left just a tad more?
A male nickname.
A diminutive of the male given name Thaddeus or Thaddaeus.
Origin: 1877, ‘young or small child’, probably a shortened form of tadpole. The extended meaning ‘small amount’ is first recorded 1915.
Tad was an American grunge band from Seattle, Washington led by Tad Doyle. Among the first of the many bands which came out of Seattle in the grunge era, Tad was notable for the fact that its music was inspired far more by '70s metal than the punk which influenced many other grunge bands. Although their commercial success was limited, their music is still highly regarded amongst grunge fans.
dat, Dat., DAT
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I am not making that threat. I don't know what Tad meant by that.
One can change the small minds, but it is tad difficult to do it with the small heart whose soul is in small mind only.
If they're going to engage in this kind of attack, they need to understand we're not going to stand there and take it. i am not making that threat. I don't know what Tad meant by that.
Its popularity was truly mind-boggling, this year, things have cooled off a tad. For example, you can now walk into stores and buy Yo-Kai Watch toys. Last year, you'd have to line up early in the morning when stores got fresh deliveries.
The latest concerns triggered by the sudden policy action may be subsiding a tad. But there is no change in the fact that the Chinese economy is slowing, i think the yuan has become overvalued as other countries tried to cheapen their currencies and it will keep falling, playing catch-up.
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