- A cup full of tea.
- Would you be a dear and get me a cup of tea, please?
- (idiomatic, not used in plural form) Whatever suits or interests one.
- Daytime television is not my cup of tea.
- The second sense is most commonly used in phrases such as, not my cup of tea, just my cup of tea, etc.
something of interest
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