Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry

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  • Tom and Jerry — Tom et Jerry Pour les articles homonymes, voir Tom et Jerry. Tom (à droite) et Jerry (à gauche), dans le premier épisode Puss Gets the Boot (1940) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tom and Jerry — A hot sweetened drink of rum and water spiced with cinnamon, cloves, etc., and beaten up with eggs. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tom and Jerry — ☆ Tom and Jerry [täm΄ ən jer′ē] n. [after two characters in Egan s Life in London (1821) ] a hot drink made of rum and brandy or whiskey, beaten eggs, sugar, water or milk, and nutmeg …   English World dictionary

  • Tom and Jerry — infobox Film name = Tom and Jerry image size = 250px caption = Rare Tom and Jerry title card from the mid 1940s, no longer seen on re issue prints. director = William Hanna Joseph Barbera (1940 1958) Gene Deitch (1961 62) Chuck Jones Abe Levitow… …   Wikipedia

  • Tom and Jerry — Том и Джерри  мультсериал о взаимоотношениях кота Тома и мышонка Джерри. Первый выпуск создан в 1940 году (ниже говорится, что он создавался несколько лет; требует проверки) американскими мультипликаторами Уильямом Ханной (англ. William Hanna) и… …   Википедия

  • Tom and Jerry — a hot drink made of rum and water or milk, beaten eggs, spices, and sugar. [1820 30; named after the principal characters in Life in London (1821) by Pierce Egan (d. 1849), English writer] * * * ▪ American cartoon series       American animated… …   Universalium

  • Tom and Jerry — Tom and Jer|ry trademark two characters in humorous ↑cartoon films by Hanna and Barbera. Tom, who is a cat, is always chasing Jerry, who is a mouse, but Jerry is more clever than Tom and always finds ways of escaping …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Tom and Jerry — Tom′ and Jer′ry n. vin a hot drink of beaten eggs, milk or water, rum, sugar, and spices • Etymology: 1835–45, amer.; after characters in Life in London (1821), fictional sketches by Pierce Egan (1772–1849), English writer …   From formal English to slang

  • Tom and Jerry — noun Etymology: Corinthian Tom & Jerry Hawthorne, characters in Life in London (1821) by Pierce Egan died 1849 English sportswriter Date: 1845 a hot drink that is a combination of a toddy and an eggnog …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Tom and Jerry — /tɒm ən ˈdʒɛri/ (say tom uhn jeree) noun US a hot drink composed of rum and water (or milk) with beaten eggs, spiced and sweetened …   Australian-English dictionary

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