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rap /ræp/
  • danh từ
    • cuộn (len, sợi...) 120 iat
    • một tí, mảy may
      • I don't care a rap: (thông tục) tớ cóc cần một tí nào
      • it's not worth a rap: không đáng một xu, không có giá trị gì
    • (sử học) đồng xu Ai-len ((thế kỷ) 18)
    • danh từ
      • cú đánh nhẹ, cái gõ, cái cốp (vào đầu...)
        • to give someone a rap on the knuckles: đánh vào đốt ngón tay ai; (nghĩa bóng) mắng mỏ ai, trách phạt ai
      • tiếng gõ (cửa)
        • a rap at (on) the door: tiếng gõ cửa
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) sự buộc tội, sự kết tội
      • ngoại động từ
        • đánh nhẹ, gõ, cốp
        • (+ out) thốt ra một cách thô lỗ cộc cằn; văng (tục...)
          • to rap out a reply: đáp lại một cách cộc cằn
          • to rap out an oath: văng ra một lời rủa
      • nội động từ
          • to rap at the door: gõ cửa
      Concise Dictionary
      rapped|rapping|rapsræp
      noun
      +a reproach for some lapse or misdeed
      +a gentle blow
      +the sound made by a gentle blow
      +voluble conversation
      +genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged
      +the act of hitting vigorously
      verb
      +strike sharply
      +make light, repeated taps on a surface
      +perform rap music
      +talk volubly

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 knock, strike, tap, hit:
      The policeman rapped smartly at the door with his truncheon.
      2 criticize, rebuke, scold, reprimand, rap over the knuckles, Colloq knock, Brit tick off:
      We were severely rapped for dropping litter on the pavement.
      3 converse, talk, chat, gossip, Colloq gab, Slang chew the fat or the rag:
      That guy was so fascinating - we could rap with him for hours.
      n.
      4 knock, tap, hit, blow, crack, stroke, cuff, whack, thwack, punch, Colloq belt, clout, Slang sock, slug, biff:
      The punishment for failing to complete the assignment was a severe rap on the knuckles
      5 conversation, discussion, chat, confabulation, talk, dialogue, discourse, colloquy, Colloq confab, Slang chiefly US and Canadian bull session, rap session:
      We used to get together for a nice long rap now and then.
      6 responsibility, blame; punishment, sentence; charge, accusation, indictment:
      Why should he have to take the rap for something you did? The witness failed to show up, so Baxter beat the rap.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 [C] a quick sharp hit or knock: There was a sharp rap on the door.
      2 [U] a type of modern music with a fast strong rhythm and words which are spoken fast, not sung: a rap song / artist
      3 [C] a rap song
      4 [C] (AmE, informal) a criminal CONVICTION (= the fact of being found guilty of a crime): a police rap sheet (= a record of the crimes sb has committed)
      5 [sing.] (AmE, informal) an unfair judgement on sth or sb: He denounced the criticisms as 'just one bum rap after another.' + Wolves get a bad rap, says a woman who owns three.
      Idioms: (give sb / get) a rap on / over / across the knuckles (informal) (to give sb/receive) strong criticism for sth: We got a rap over the knuckles for being late.
      take the rap (for sb/sth) (informal) to be blamed or punished, especially for sth you have not done: She was prepared to take the rap for the shoplifting, though it had been her sister's idea.
      more at BEAT v.
      + verb (-pp-)
      1 to hit a hard object or surface several times quickly, making a noise: [V] She rapped angrily on the door. + [VN] He rapped the table with his pen.
      2 ~ sth (out) to say sth suddenly and quickly in a loud, angry way: [VN] He walked through the store, rapping out orders to his staff. [also V speech]
      3 [VN] ~ sb/sth (for sth / for doing sth) (used mainly in newspapers) to criticize sb severely, usually publicly: Some of the teachers were rapped for poor performance.
      4 [V, VN] (music) to say the words of a rap
      See also - RAPPER
      Idioms: rap sb on / over the knuckles
      rap sb's knuckles to criticize sb for sth: The company was rapped over the knuckles for broadcasting the interview.
      Collocation Dictionary
      verb

      ADV.

      sharply
      He rapped sharply on the door.
      | gently

      PREP.

      on, with
      rapping on the window with his stick



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