||the cash, the amount of money received
||The take from the New Year's dance was over $2000.
|the talk of the town
||what everybody is talking about, a hot topic
||If a preacher has an affair with a hooker, it's the talk of the town.
|the tender age of
||the young age of, still wet behind the ears
||He was the tender age of three when his mother died.
|the third degree
||careful questioning, on the carpet
||If I'm late, I get the third degree. Mom asks me a lot of questions.
|the tide turned
||there was a change, the turning point
||The tide turned when the baby began to nurse. He grew stronger.
|the tip of the iceberg
||a small part of it, about one-tenth of it
||This invoice is only part of the debt - the tip of the iceberg.
|the tricks of the trade
||skills of an occupation, learn the ropes
||I know the printing business. I'll show you the tricks of the trade.
|the turn of the century
||the beginning of a new century: the year 2000
||By the turn of the century we will know the aliens who visit earth.
|the turning point
||the second or minute when things go better or worse, tip the scales
||When Tanya hit the ball over the fence - that was the turning point in the game.
||the hidden actions of those who fight a law or an enemy
||Some Canadians fought the GST through the underground.