TC

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TC, T.C., Tc, Tc, tc, tC, or .tc may refer to:

Medicine and biology[edit]

Chemistry and physics[edit]

Tc may refer to:

Organizations[edit]

Publications[edit]

Science, mathematics and technology[edit]

Computers[edit]

  • tc (command), a command-line utility used to configure network traffic control in the Linux kernel
  • tc, Internet shorthand for "take care"
  • .tc, the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Turks and Caicos Islands
  • Telecine (copying), a form of digital transfer using a Telecine machine
  • Total Commander, an Orthodox File Manager software
  • TrueCrypt, a disk encryption software
  • Trusted Computing, a scheme for adding additional controls on what computers may or may not do into hardware or software
  • Turbo C, a software development program by Borland
  • Test Case, a concept in software engineering
  • TRON Code, a multi-byte character encoding used in the TRON Project
  • Thin client, a computer or computer program that is heavily dependent on another computer (server) to operate

Video games[edit]

Television, film, and music[edit]

Motion picture, video, and audio production[edit]

  • Telecine, a motion picture film transfer process identifier (usually abbreviated TK instead to avoid confusion with time code)
  • Telecine (piracy), a movie piracy method
  • Teleconverter, the secondary lens mounted on SLRs between the camera and the photographic lens
  • Time code, a term used in video and audio production

Places[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Turismo Carretera, a popular stock car category in Argentina
  • TC 2000, a series of races for touring cars which is held each year in Argentina
  • TC (mascot), the mascot for the Minnesota Twins baseball team
  • Total chances, a baseball fielding term
  • TC Panther, the mascot for the University of Northern Iowa Panthers

People[edit]

Business[edit]

  • Terms & conditions, a term used in negotiations and contracts
  • Total cost, an economics and cost accounting term
  • Total cash, an compensation term meaning base salary plus any bonus (retention, hiring, performance) or any cash incentive

Other uses[edit]