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Answer for the clue "Half an exchange", 3 letters:
tit

Alternative clues for the word tit

Cousin of a chickadee

Tufted bird

Small bird

Small songbird

Start of an exchange

Bit of retribution

Songbird

See 11-Down

Thick-plumed songbird

Retaliation, in part?

Part of an even exchange

"___-Willow" ("The Mikado" song)

Chickadee relative

Wee warbler

Little bird

A little birdie

Relative of a chickadee

Black-throated ___ (Asian bird)

Palindromic bird

Black-throated ___

Bearded ___

Lead-in for mouse or willow

Half of an exchange

Bearded ___ (reedling)

"___-Willow" (song from "The Mikado")

Little birdie

Small warbler

Short-beaked bird

Red hair tint

European crested ___

Small insectivorous birds

Either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman

The small projection of a mammary gland

___ for tat

Tat's reparation

Kind of mouse

Coalmouse

Chickadee's cousin

Chickadee's relative

Long-tailed bird

Mouse preceder

Word definitions for tit in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES tit for tat

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Titmouse \Tit"mouse`\, n.; pl. Titmice . [OE. titemose, titmase; tit small, or a small bird + AS. m[=a]se a kind of small bird; akin to D. mees a titmouse, G. meise, OHG. meisa, Icel. meisingr. The English form has been influenced by the unrelated word...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 A mammary gland, teat. 2 (context slang vulgar chiefly in the plural English) A woman's breast. 3 (context British pejorative slang English) An idiot; a fool. Etymology 2 n. (context archaic English) A light blow or hit (''now usually in...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"breast," Old English titt "teat, nipple, breast" (a variant of teat ). But the modern slang tits (plural), attested from 1928, seems to be a recent reinvention, used without awareness of the original form, from teat or from dialectal and nursery diminutive...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman [syn: breast , bosom , knocker , boob , titty ] the small projection of a mammary gland [syn: nipple , mammilla , mamilla , pap , teat ] small insectivorous birds [syn:...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
TIT , Tit , Tits , or tit may refer to:

Usage examples of tit.

The woman she shot is dead, and Baily took two rounds in the right tit.

I had some little money set aside to buy an electric corn husker this autumn, but a soapy tit wank sounds like it would be better value.

By this light, I wonder that any man is so mad, to come to see these rascally tits play here -- They do act like so many wrens or pismires -- not the fifth part of a good face amongst them all.

The blackbirds were singing and my pet blue tits were already scurrying between feeding ground and nest, their beaks stuffed with caterpillars and their feathers growing raggy with the non-stop effort.

Brenda Souders walked in, all tits and ass and big hair, and George deserted Kate without a backward glance.

Randi mashed her throbbing tits down into his face, whimpering softly and trying to keep control of herself.

Her full tits jiggled, and she rubbed them, pinching her own nipples, keening and whimpering as her need to be fucked grew and grew.

Again and again, he slammed home until her hyper-sensitive tits drove her over the threshold of endurance into the twisting, writhing throes of ecstasy.

The stone was the statue of a woman, a Venus grosser than Mrs Blatter, her belly swelling with children, tits like mountains, cunt a valley that began at her navel and gaped to the world.

She seemed to come for entire minutes, wanting to push Brok away yet wanting to pull him closer and force his head down harder on her tits.

Hispanic gardening gang-one of those bulky types with short hair and a dried-up face devoid of makeup and a bunched-up sweatshirt to hide what, for some reason, was always a humongous set of tits.

He offers many examples of the functioning of the morphic resonance of behavior patterns within species and a clear example is of the well documented development of a habit among a bird species residing in England, the blue tits.

In the view of morphic resonance, this habit pattern resonated within the tit species and the pattern was then increasingly manifest by individual tits.

I did not need to worry about the forest for two days, for that was how long it took to come to the end of Longbow Mountain, through the pass between it and the Tits - two huge, rounded protruberances to the north - and stand at last at the top of that pass looking downward on the endless black fur of the forest.

You could pit a bit ay tit and erse in a paper read by schemies and it was oppressing women, but show the same in a French film and they lap it up and it becomes art.