There are many words in the English dictionary that have more than one meaning---- here are a few of them and I will provide a link where you can look up many more.
- Tea bag protests, another name for the Tea Party protests
- Teabagger, a term for Tea Party movement participants
WordBritish English meaningsMeanings common to British and American EnglishAmerican English meaningsA&Ethe accident and emergency (casualty) department of a hospital (US: emergency room, ER) Arts & Entertainment (name of a television network)accumulatorrechargeable battery (archaic)
a type of bet (US: parlay)
one that accumulates, as a type of computer processor register or a hydraulic accumulator acegood, excellent (1980s slang)
a one in a suit of playing cards
someone who is very good at something. A term in tennis for a point won for the server without the opponent returning his or her serve.
fighter pilot who has shot down at least 5 enemy aircraft(v.) to perform outstandingly *; esp., to achieve an A (on a school exam)
the best starting pitcher in a rotation on a baseball teamadvocate (n.)Scottish also the Isle of Man, Channel Islands and South African lawyer who appears in higher courts (rest of UK: barrister)someone who supports or speaks for a particular position
generic term for a lawyer
(v.) to recommend or support air marshala senior air force officer (equivalent to a USAF Lt. General)an undercover law enforcement officer on board a commercial aircraft, also known as a sky marshal à la mode fashionablewith ice cream (ex. Apple pie à la mode)alternate (adj.) done or occurring by turns; every second, every other ("on alternate weeks")
(n.) one that alternates with another(adj.) constituting an alternative, offering a choice (UK usu. & US also alternative) ("use alternate routes")
"alternative", unconventional ("alternate lifestyles") (n.) an alternative *; a substitute
ambertraffic light of this colour (US: yellow light)orange-yellow colour
fossilised resin; a material used in the construction of some tobacco pipes' stems, female given name; (sealed in amber) state of being oblivious to changing circumstances
Its too early to be drinking...you must be smoking. Put down the bong Roger.
Shove your left stream BS up where the sun does not shine!
The tea party got its name from the founding of this country
Fught back against taxes and toss the tea in the harbor.
It is the same darn thing. Taxation without representation.
THe catual taxpayers are not given fair respresentation. As long as those who pay zerp federal income taxes can vote to steal from the reeal taxpayers the system is totally messed up.
THE TAXPAYERS should decide how their hard earned money is spent.
WHE SOMEONE WHO STEALS FROM SOMEONE ELSE can dictate it is THEFT!!!!!
Mind if I puke??? The "hanging chad of Port St. Lucie" giving the POTUS members of RTF an ENGLISH lesson????:rolleyes:
But I do think it's appropriate that the Rocky Mountain HIIIIIIIII Groupies and the Hanging-Chad clowns are on the same page. When you want a 'cluster', we don't have to look very far.:cool: