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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

tap
[verb]
Synonyms:
- knock, beat, drum, pat, rap, strike, touch
[noun]
Synonyms:
- knock, pat, rap, touch
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[noun]
Synonyms:
- valve, stopcock
- on tap: available, at hand, in reserve, on hand, ready, on draught
[verb]
Synonyms:
- 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

tap
noun
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.
leak
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

tap
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

tap
verb
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

tap

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.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

TAP
Trade Assistance and Planning Office

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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