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tap /tæp/ noun

اهسته زدن ، قلاویز ، ضربت اهسته ، ضربات اهسته وپیوسته زدن ، شیر اب زدن به ، از شیر اب جاری کردن ، بهره برداری کردن از ، سوراخ چیزیرا بند اوردن ، علوم مهندسی: توپی ، الکترونیک: اتصال وسط ، معماری: توپی ، ورزش: ضربه محکم که تنها یک میله را جا بگذارد ، علوم هوایی: قلاویز
الکترونیک: اهسته زدن ، ضربت اهسته ، شیر ، سوراخ ، توپی ، علوم مهندسی: ضربه محکم که تنها یک میله را جا بگذارد ، بولینگ ، : ورزشی: قلاویز ، هواپیمایی: قلاویز ، شیر ، توپی ، معماری: اتصال وسط ، الکترونیک: شیر اب ، ضربت اهسته ، ضربات اهسته وپیوسته زدن ، شیر اب زدن به ، از شیر اب جاری کردن ، بهره برداری کردن از، سوراخ چیزیرا بند اوردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- knock, beat, drum, pat, rap, strike, touch
- knock, pat, rap, touch
- valve, stopcock
- on tap: available, at hand, in reserve, on hand, ready, on draught
- listen in on, bug (informal), eavesdrop on
- draw off, bleed, drain, siphon off
Related Words: bang, beat, hammer, hit, pound, smite, strike, thud, thump
English Thesaurus: hit, beat, strike, punch, thump, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. tap1 S3 /tæp/ noun
[Sense 1, 3, 5, 6: Language: Old English; Origin: tæppa]
[Sense 2, 4, 7: Date: 1300-1400; Origin: tap2]

1. WATER/GAS [countable] especially British English a piece of equipment for controlling the flow of water, gas etc from a pipe or container Synonym : faucet American English:
Tap water (=water that comes out of a tap) is usually heavily treated with chemicals.
She went into the bathroom and turned on the taps.
kitchen/bath/garden tap
I washed my hands under the kitchen tap.
cold/hot tap (=the tap that cold or hot water comes from)

2. A LIGHT HIT [countable] an act of hitting something lightly, especially to get someone’s attention
tap at/on
She felt a tap on her shoulder.
There was a tap at the door.

3. on tap
a) beer that is on tap comes from a barrel
b) informal something that is on tap is ready to use when you need it:
We’ve got all the information on tap.

4. DANCING [uncountable] (also tap dancing) dancing in which you wear special shoes with pieces of metal on the bottom which make a loud sharp sound on the floor

5. TELEPHONE [countable] an act of secretly listening to someone’s telephone, using electronic equipment:
The police had put a tap on his phone line.

6. BARREL [countable] a specially shaped object used for letting liquid out of a barrel, especially beer

7. TUNE taps [plural] a song or tune played on the bugle at night in an army camp, and at military funerals

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. tap2 verb (past tense and past participle tapped, present participle tapping)
[Sense 1-2, 8-10: Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: taper 'to hit with the flat part of the hand']
[Sense 3-7: Language: Old English; Origin: tæppian]

1. HIT LIGHTLY [intransitive and transitive] to hit your fingers lightly on something, for example to get someone’s attention
tap somebody on the shoulder/arm/chest etc
He turned as someone tapped him on the shoulder.
tap on
I went up and tapped on the window.
tap something on/against/from etc something
Mark tapped his fingers on the tabletop impatiently.
She tapped ash from her cigarette.

2. MUSIC [transitive] to make a regular pattern of sounds with your fingers or feet, especially when you are listening to music:
She tapped her feet in time to the music.
a toe-tapping tune

3. ENERGY/MONEY [transitive] (also tap into) to use or take what is needed from something such as an energy supply or an amount of money:
People are tapping into the power supply illegally.
We hope that additional sources of funding can be tapped.

4. IDEAS [transitive] (also tap into) to make as much use as possible of the ideas, experience, knowledge etc that a group of people has:
Your adviser’s experience is there to be tapped.
helping people tap into training opportunities

5. TELEPHONE [transitive] to listen secretly to someone’s telephone by using a special piece of electronic equipment:
Murray’s phone calls to Australia were tapped.

6. TREE [transitive] to get liquid from the trunk of a tree by making a hole in it

7. PLAYER [transitive] (also tap up) British English informal if a football club taps a player from another team, it illegally tries to persuade that player to join its team
tap something ↔ in (also tap something into something) phrasal verb British English
to put information, numbers etc into a computer, telephone etc by pressing buttons or keys:
Tap in your password before you log on.
tap something ↔ out phrasal verb

1. to hit something lightly, especially with your fingers or foot, in order to make a pattern of sounds:
He whistled the tune and tapped out the rhythm.

2. to write something with a computer:
Brian tapped out a name on his small electronic organizer.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. for water, gas, etc.
ADJ. hot, hot-water | cold, cold-water | mixer | dripping, running the sound of a dripping tap
leaky | bath, bathroom, kitchen
VERB + TAP turn (off/on) Turn the tap clockwise.
run You have to run the tap a long time before the hot water comes.
TAP + VERB drip, run Someone has left the tap running.
TAP + NOUN water | washer
PREP. on ~ The pub has two sorts of beer on tap (= in a barrel with a tap on it). (figurative) We have this sort of information on tap (= available to be used at any time).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. quick gentle blow; the sound it makes
ADJ. gentle, light, little | sharp
VERB + TAP give sb/sth
PREP. ~ at There was a little tap at the door.
~ on He gave her a tap on the shoulder.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. gently, lightly She tapped her fingers gently on the table.
away She tapped away at her keyboard.
PREP. against, at, on, with She tapped the ice with a stick.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


turn on a tap
Run some cold water into the bath before turning on the hot tap.
turn off a tap
I forgot to turn the tap off.
run a tap (=make water flow out of it)
She stood at the sink, running the tap to get a glass of cold water.
a tap is running (=water is flowing out of it)
I think you must have left the tap running.
a tap is dripping (=drops of water are coming out of it)
If the tap is dripping, change the washer.
the cold/hot tap
She scrubbed her hands under the cold tap.
the kitchen/bath/garden tap
The water coming out of the kitchen tap had an odd smell.
a mixer tap British English (=one through which cold and hot water can run together)
He fitted a mixer tap to the bath.
a running tap
Wash the cut under a running tap.
a dripping tap
I could hear a dripping tap.
a leaking/leaky tap (=with drops of water coming from the end )
The leaky tap had left a stain in the washbasin.
tap water (=water that comes out of a tap)
In the test, people preferred tap water to bottled mineral waters.
a gentle/light/soft tap
There was a gentle tap on the door.
a sharp tap
A few sharp taps with a hammer will force the nail through the surface.
give something/somebody a tap
She gave the dog a gentle tap with her umbrella.

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