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tons
[UK: tɔnsil]
tons of
[UK: tɔnsil ɔf]
tons of money
[UK: tɔnsil ɔf mʌniː]
tonsil
[UK: tɔnsil]
tonsilitis
[UK: tɔnsil]
tonsillectomies
[UK: tɔnsilektəmiz]
tonsillectomy
[UK: tɔnsilektəmiː]
tonsillitis
[UK: tɔnsilaitis]
tonsillotomy
[UK: tɔnsilaitis]
tonsils
[UK: tɔnsilz]
tonsure
[UK: tɔnʃər]
tonsures
[UK: tɔnʃəz]
000 tons
[UK: tɔnʃəz]
bank of buttons
[UK: bæŋk ɔf bʌtnz]
batons
[UK: bætənz]
be fastened with buttons
[UK: bætənz]
boy in buttons
[UK: bɔi in bʌtnz]
buttons
[UK: bʌtnz]
cantons
[UK: kæntɔnz]
cartons
[UK: kɑːtnz]
close again with buttons
[UK: kɑːtnz]
croutons
[UK: krautənz]
fasten with buttons
[UK: krautənz]
fastened by means of buttons
[UK: fɑːsnd biː miːnz ɔf bʌtnz]
gluttons
[UK: glʌtnz]
having pistons
[UK: hæviŋ pistənz]
lacking pistons
[UK: lækiŋ pistənz]
majority of cantons
[UK: mədʒɔritiː ɔf kæntɔnz]
megatons
[UK: megətʌnz]
minus a few buttons
[UK: mainəs ə fjuː bʌtnz]
muttons
[UK: mʌtnz]
not have all one's buttons
[UK: mʌtnz]
not having pistons
[UK: nout hæviŋ pistənz]
one million tons
[UK: wʌn miliən tɔnsil]
one who buttons
[UK: wʌn hou bʌtnz]
one who fastens with buttons
[UK: wʌn hou fɑːsnz wið bʌtnz]
pistons
[UK: pistənz]
protons
[UK: proutɔnz]
reef of such skeletons
[UK: riːf ɔf sʌtʃ skelitənz]
refasten buttons
[UK: riːf ɔf sʌtʃ skelitənz]
sextons
[UK: sekstənz]
shirt buttons
[UK: ʃəːt bʌtnz]
simpletons
[UK: simpltənz]
skeletons
[UK: skelitənz]
teutons
[UK: skelitənz]
the teutons
[UK: skelitənz]
unbuttons
[UK: ʌnbʌtnz]
wantons
[UK: wɔntɔnz]
bedlingtonshire
[UK: wɔntɔnz]
cottonseed
[UK: wɔntɔnz]
factory where buttons are made
[UK: fæktəriː wɛər bʌtnz ɛər meid]
french speaking cantons in switzerland
[UK: fæktəriː wɛər bʌtnz ɛər meid]
inflammation of the tonsils
[UK: infləmeiʃən ɔf ðiː tɔnsilz]
open the buttons of
[UK: oupən ðiː bʌtnz ɔf]
protons neutrons and electrons
[UK: proutɔnz njuːtrɔnz ænd ilektrɔnz]
skeletons in the closet
[UK: skelitənz in ðiː klɔzit]
surgical removal of the tonsils
[UK: səːdʒikl rimuːvəl ɔf ðiː tɔnsilz]

Example Sentences Including 'tons'

And as well as the classic pump designs, the company offers up tons of trainers, slippers and boots to choose in its online store.

Molybdenum mining in the United States produced 65,500 metric tons of molybdenum in 2014, worth US$1.

Tilapia has become the third most important fish in aquaculture after carp and salmon; worldwide production exceeded 1,500,000 metric tons in 2002 and increases annually.

Tons of Money is a 1930 British comedy film directed by Tom Walls and starring Ralph Lynn, Yvonne Arnaud, Mary Brough, Robertson Hare and Gordon James, the same artistes responsible for the Aldwych farces.

Turkey generates 28,858,880 tons of solid municipal waste per year; the annual amount of waste generated per capita amounts to 390 kilograms.

Tons of Fun University is a musical, spoken word trio based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which formed in 2003.

The Thwaites Glacier, the size of Britain, is -losing 50billion tons of ice a year, scientists say.

The displacement or displacement tonnage of a ship is its weight, expressed in long tons of water its hull displaces.

Tons of Money is a farcical play by British writers Will Evans and Arthur Valentine.

Tons of Friends is the debut album by Italian electronic duo Crookers.

Tons of Money is a 1924 British silent comedy film directed by Frank Hall Crane and starring Leslie Henson, Flora le Breton and Mary Brough.





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