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TF or Tf may refer to:
- Theaflavin, a type of antioxidant polyphenols flavan-3-ols that are formed from catechins in tea leaves
- Tissue factor, or tissue factor gene
- Transcription factor
- Transferrin, a blood plasma protein
- Triflyl, an abbreviation for trifluoromethanesulfonyl
- Team Fortress, an online multiplayer video game
- Thunder Force (series), a series of shoot-em-up video games
- Titanfall, 2014 video game
- TinyFugue, a MUD client
- Tropical Freeze, an installment of the Donkey Kong Country video game series
- French Southern Territories, ISO 3166-1 country code
- .tf, the country code top level domain (ccTLD) for French Southern Territories
- Telford, a new town in the West Midlands region of England
- The United Kingdom Postcode for the Telford area
- Twin Falls, a city in the US state of Idaho.
- Malmö Aviation IATA airline designator
- Teknologföreningen, the only student nation at the Helsinki University of Technology
- Temasek Foundation, Singapore-based philanthropic foundation
- Territorial Force, predecessor of the British Territorial Army
- MG TF 5Midget, a sports car produced by MG Cars from 1953 to 1955
- MG TF, a sports car produced by MG Rover from 2002 to 2005 and by MG Motor UK from 2007 to 2011
- The third generation of Isuzu Faster, also known as Isuzu TF
- Tera-flops, a measurement of a computer's speed in floating point operations per second (see FLOPS)
- TorrentFreak, a website of news about file sharing
- TransFlash card, Micro SD removable Secure Digital flash memory cards, originally named TransFlash or TF cards.
- tf, a unit of force
- Transformers, a toy line, comic books, animation, video games, and films
- Task force
- Teaching fellow, a member of the teaching fellowship
- Transformation (disambiguation)
- Serve the People (Norway) (Norwegian: Tjen folket), Maoist Norwegian political organization.
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