Hindi translation of 'tap'
tap /tæp टैप्/
Word forms: taps, tapping, tapped
1. countable noun
A tap is a device that controls the flow of a liquid or gas from a pipe or container.
She turned on the tap and splashed her face with cold water.
2. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you tap something, or if you tap on it, you hit it with a quick light blow or a series of quick light blows. This kind of blow is called a tap.
किसी चीज़ को थपथपाना/थपकी देना/थपथपाहट nf
O'Leary tapped the pavement with his foot.
A tap on the door interrupted him.
3. transitive verb
If you tap a resource, you make use of it.
The book took six years to complete, and tapped the minds of 1,000 experts.
4. transitive verb, countable noun
If someone taps your telephone, they attach a special device called a tap to the line so that they can secretly listen to your conversations.
उपयोग करना/उपयोग mn
दोहन करना/दोहन mn
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Example Sentences Including 'tap'
He looked up as, after a brief tap on the door, she came in.Pretty Maids all in a Row
First, AK was to tap into a telephone cable that serviced an outfit called Highgate Engineering.Cormorant
At the door Malone said,'We'll have the tap on your phone first thing in the morning.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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'tap' in Other Languages
- Arabic: حَنَفِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: torneira
- Chinese: 龙头
- Croatian: slavina
- Czech: kohoutek vodovodní
- Danish: hane vandhane
- Dutch: kraan
- European Spanish: grifo
- Finnish: naputus
- French: robinet
- German: Wasserhahn Wasserhähne
- Greek: βρύση
- Italian: rubinetto
- Japanese: 軽くたたくこと
- Korean: 가볍게 두드리기
- Norwegian: tappekran
- Polish: kurek
- Portuguese: torneira
- Romanian: robinet robinete
- Russian: стук
- Spanish: grifo
- Swedish: kran
- Thai: ก๊อก
- Turkish: hafif vuruş
- Ukrainian: кран
- Vietnamese: vòi
- Brazilian Portuguese: bater repetidamente
- Chinese: 轻敲
- European Spanish: dar golpecitos
- French: tapoter sur
- German: klopfen an
- Italian: battere su
- Japanese: 軽くたたく
- Korean: 톡톡치다
- Portuguese: bater repetidamente
- Spanish: dar golpecitos
Translation of tap from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary