Pronounciation : Tie - El

Noun: A rectangular or square shaped object which is used to cover up objects, such as a roof or some decorative pavement. They are usually some sort of ceramic clay or a brand of stone.

Verb ( see tiling tiles ): To tile something.
Noun: Each tile was fitted neatly on the pavement.

Verb: The construction worker was briskly tiling the muddy ground with finely shaped crafts of stone.
Por Estragon 21 de abril de 2008
<noun> Slang;

Used in reference to the paving slabs in the street resembling tiles that one may find in their kitchen or bathroom.
SINGLE 20+ FEMALE BANK CASHIER: "What are you doing tonight?"
SINGLE 20+ FEMALE BANK CASHIER 2: "I thought we could have a night on the tiles tonight."
SINGLE 20+ FEMALE BANK CASHIER: "Yeah, I could do with getting drunk, woo go Friday!" <raises arms to reveal angel wings>
Por Stuart Fletcher 18 de enero de 2005
A tile is a slang variant of idiot, fool, ignoramus, clown. Commonly used as a noun i.e. "He's such a tile." Less commonly as a verb: "Stop tiling around!" and even more infrequently as an adjective, as in "He does the most tiley things."
"Ashton Kutcher is such a tile."
Por SusieQ 03 de junio de 2005

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