|twilight||the fading dim light just before the sun sets|
|twin||one of two children or animals born at the same time to the same mother|
|twine||threads twisted together to make strong string. The same word also means to turn or twist round something|
|twinkle||to shine and sparkle in flashes, like a star in the sky|
|twirl||to turn round and round very quickly|
|twist||to bend something; to wind one thing around another; to turn sharply|
|to make a chattering noise, as birds do when a lot of them are together|
|type||to print words on paper by using a typewriter. The same word also means something that belongs to or stands for a group of things, like a type of person or type of food|
|typewriter||a machine which prints words on paper. It has keys with letters on them which you press|
|tyrant||a person who rules over people in a cruel way|
|tyre||a rubber ring, usually filled with air, on the outer rim of a car or bicycle wheel|
What are idioms?
Idioms can be defined as a group of words having a meaning different from the individual meanings of each word in the group.