tea bag

noun
a container of thin paper or cloth holding a measured amount of tea leaves for making an individual serving of tea.

Origin:
1900–05

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tea-bag

[tee-bag]
verb (used with object), tea-bagged, tea-bagging. Slang.
to place one's scrotum in the mouth of (one's sexual partner).

Origin:
from its resemblance to dipping a tea bag in a cup of hot water

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tea bag
 
n
a small bag of paper or cloth containing tea leaves, infused in boiling water to make tea

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Example sentences
While that means no real-time monitoring, the upside is a tiny form factor
  about the size of a tea bag-truly concealable.
Using a tea bag eliminates the strainer, but it is still best to make the tea
  in a teapot so the water stays sufficiently hot.
The ushers brought him tea-horror of horrors they served it our way with a tea
  bag in the cup.
The tea bag is really no good until it is placed in hot water.
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