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teaspoon

 [te´spo̳n]
a household unit of volume or capacity approximately equal to 5 milliliters.

tea·spoon

(tē'spūn),
A small spoon, holding about 1 dram (or about 5 mL) of liquid; used as a measure in the dosage of fluid medicines.

teaspoon (tsp)

a small spoon that may be used to measure a dose of a liquid medication, equivalent to about 1 fluid dram or 5 mL.

tea·spoon

(tē'spūn)
A small spoon, holding about 1 dram (or about 5 mL) liquid; used as a measure in the dosage of fluid medicines.

tea·spoon

(tē'spūn)
A small spoon, holding about 1 dram (or about 5 mL) of liquid; used as a measure in the dosage of fluid medicines.

teaspoon

a household unit of volume or capacity approximately equal to 5 milliliters.
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