Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tought"

The meaning of "Tought" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does tought cookies mean?
A: "Tough cookies" is just a saying that means the same thing as "I don't care, get over it."
Q: What does tought mean?
A: If it's a slang good, cool, great, sick, heavy, safe. What we doing tonight?  lets go out to a gig  that sounds tought yeah.
Q: What does tought mean?
A: Check the spelling, I don't think tought is a word. I'm assuming you either mean Taught: to have received teaching or instruction, Or Taut: a rope without slack.
Q: What does tought - provoking please explain it to me thank you :) mean?
A: "thought-provoking" means it makes you think a lot and consider many possibilities or ask critical questions (it refers to something interesting, provocative, stimulating, and/or intriguing).

Example sentences using "Tought"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tought.
A: Tough means hard, difficult (My math test was tough) or durable (The skin on this fruit is very tough. or That football player is tough. He keeps on playing no matter what). Thought is the past tense of To Think. "I thought about your problem all day" or, as a noun, the thing you are thinking. "I have a thought in my head about the party." Both words have many colloquial meanings.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tought .
A: Tought isn't a word. Did you mean thought? Thought means to have an idea, opinion, or to remember something "It was just a thought" "I thought it tasted very good" "I thought I parked my car here?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with tought.
A: Do you mean taught? If so then this is how you would use it: "I taught someone how to do math today."

Synonyms of "Tought" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mean, tought, think and i mean, i think, i tought ?
A: Thought is the past tense of think. (already being done)
Q: What is the difference between tought,trought and altought ?
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Q: What is the difference between tought and altought ?
A: Thought: an idea that is made by thinking “I thought of a word.” Although: meaning in spite of something “I like the ice cream, although I prefer the cake.”
Q: What is the difference between tought and think ?
A: the difference is the tenses of them. thought would be past tense and think is present. examples: I think we should go swimming. I thought you were going to be hear early. I hope this helps.

Translations of "Tought"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I hadn’t tought of it that way
A: I haven’t thought about it like that.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tought
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? tought
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to say this ' tought'
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How do you say this? "tought"
A: Do you mean thought or taught?

Other questions about "Tought"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce though, tought, aren't,ain't.
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Q: He tought me how to make cake. does this sound natural?
A: "He taught me how to bake/make a cake." Great job, keep it up!...^^
Q: I tought that you used the future with Will and Going to.
A: The simple present is used to make statements about events at a time later than now, when the statements are based on present facts, and when these facts are something fixed like a time-table, schedule, calendar. The plane arrives on Friday. I has a yoga class tomorrow morning.
Q: I was tought English at school but teachers wasn't really good at teaching. does this sound natural?
A: "I was taught English at school, but the teachers weren't very good at teaching." :)
Q: I were tought that we could tell when it rains by the clouds. does this sound natural?
A: I was taught that we could tell when it rains by the clouds.

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