|n.||1.||The mark aimed at in curling and in quoits.|
|1.||A short piece of pipe having a lateral outlet, used to connect a line of pipe with a pipe at a right angle with the line; - so called because it resembles the letter T in shape.|
|2.||The letter T, t; also, something shaped like, or resembling in form, the letter |
|v. t.||1.||(Golf) To place (the ball) on a tee; also called to |
|Noun||1.||tee - the starting place for each hole on a golf course; "they were waiting on the first tee"|
Synonyms: teeing ground
|2.||tee - support holding a football on end and above the ground preparatory to the kickoff|
Synonyms: football tee
|3.||tee - a short peg put into the ground to hold a golf ball off the ground|
Synonyms: golf tee
|Verb||1.||tee - place on a tee; "tee golf balls"|
Synonyms: tee up
|2.||tee - connect with a tee; "tee two pipes"|
|(tool, operating system)||tee - A Unix command which copies its
standard input to its standard output (like cat) but
also to a file given as its argument. tee is thus useful in
pipelines of Unix commands (see plumbing) where it
allows you to create a duplicate copy of the data stream.
egrep Unix Dictionary | tee /dev/tty | wc -l
searches for lines containing the string "Unix" in the file "Dictionary", prints them to the terminal (/dev/tty) and counts them.
Unix manual page: tee(1).