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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tape /teip/
  • danh từ
    • dây, dải (để gói, buộc, viền)
    • băng
      • a tape of paper: một băng giấy
    • băng ghi âm, băng điện tín
    • (thể dục,thể thao) dây chăng ở đích
      • to breast the tape: tới đích đầu tiên
  • ngoại động từ
    • viền
      • to tape a dress: viền một cái áo
    • buộc
      • to tape a parcel: buộc một cái gói
    • đo bằng thước dây
    • đánh dấu; tính ra chỗ (đặt cái gì...)
      • to tape an enemy battery: tính ra chỗ đặt một ổ pháo của địch
    • (thông tục) đo, tính, xét, nắm
      • I've got the situation taped: tôi đã nắm vững tình hình
Concise Dictionary
tapes|taped|tapingteɪp
noun
+a long thin piece of cloth or paper as used for binding or fastening
+a recording made on magnetic tape
+the finishing line for a foot race
+measuring instrument consisting of a narrow strip (cloth or metal) marked in inches or centimeters and used for measuring lengths
+memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip coated with iron oxide; used to record audio or video signals or to store computer information
verb
+fasten or attach with tape
+record on videotape
+register electronically

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 strip, band, fillet, stripe, strap, belt, ribbon:
She wore a colourful woven tape round her head to hold her hair.
2 (tape) recording, reel, spool, cassette, video:
He played us the tape of the whole interview.
v.
3 strap, band, bind; seal, stick:
If you tape the packet, customs cannot open it for inspection.
4 record; tape-record, video:
Programmes can be taped automatically when we are out.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [U] a long narrow strip of MAGNETIC material that is used for recording sounds, pictures or information: His albums are available on tape and CD.
See also - MAGNETIC TAPE, VIDEOTAPE
2 [C] a cassette that contains sounds, or sounds and pictures, that have been recorded: a blank tape (= a tape that has nothing recorded on it) + I lent her my Bob Marley tapes. + Police seized various books and tapes.
3 [U] a long narrow strip of material with a sticky substance on one side that is used for sticking things together: adhesive / sticky tape
See also - INSULATING TAPE, MASKING TAPE, SCOTCH TAPE, SELLOTAPE
4 [C, U] a narrow strip of material that is used for tying things together or as a label: The papers were in a pile, tied together with a tape.
See also - RED TAPE, TICKER TAPE
5 [C] a long narrow strip of material that is stretched across the place where a race will finish: the finishing tape
6 [C] = TAPE MEASURE
+ verb [VN]
1 to record sb/sth on MAGNETIC tape using a special machine: Will you tape 'Friends' for me tonight? + Private conversations between the two had been taped and sent to a newspaper. + a taped announcement
2 ~ sth (up) to fasten sth by sticking or tying it with tape: Put it in a box and tape it up securely.
3 [+adv./prep.] to stick sth onto sth else using sticky tape: Someone had taped a message on the door.
4 (AmE) ~ sth (up) to tie a BANDAGE firmly around an injury or a wound: That's a nasty cut-come on, we'll get it all taped up.
Idioms: have (got) sb/sth taped (BrE, informal) to understand sb/sth completely and to have learned how to deal with them/it successfully: He can't fool me-I've got him taped. + It took me a while to learn the job, but I think I've got it taped now.(also tape, measuring tape)
+ noun
a long narrow strip of plastic, fabric or FLEXIBLE metal that has measurements marked on it and is used for measuring the length of sth
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 magnetic material used for recording

ADJ.

magnetic
The data is stored on the magnetic tape.
| audio, computer, video
(also
videotape
)
| recording

VERB + TAPE

hold sth on, store sth on | capture sth on, get sth on
Police are examining the incident, which was captured on tape.
| splice

TAPE + NOUN

drive
(= in a computer)
| recording

PREP.

on ~
I've got the whole concert on tape.

2 cassette with magnetic tape on it

ADJ.

cassette | audio, music, sound | video
(also
videotape
)
| demo, master | compilation
a compilation tape featuring new Irish bands
| blank | pre-recorded | bootleg, pirated
The court heard that Ellis sold pirated tapes of Hollywood blockbusters.

VERB + TAPE

make
I made another tape to play in the car.
| play (back), put on
The police will be able to play back the videotape for clues.
| listen to, watch | mime to
The singer was miming to a pre-recorded tape.
| fast-forward, pause, replay, rewind, start, stop, wind back, wind forward/on | erase, wipe
Someone had deliberately erased the tapes.

TAPE + VERB

contain sth, have sth
The tape contained damning evidence. What does this tape have on it?

TAPE + NOUN

deck, recorder | recording

3 long narrow strip of fabric/paper

ADJ.

adhesive, Scotch(R), sticky | insulating, masking | measuring | paper, plastic, steel | ticker | double-sided
Fit the carpet using double-sided tape.

QUANT.

piece, strip | roll

VERB + TAPE

seal sth (up) with
I sealed up the package with strong adhesive tape.

TAPE + NOUN

measure
Use a steel tape measure to measure the dimensions of the room.

4 piece of material stretched across a racetrack

ADJ.

finishing

VERB + TAPE

break
her look of triumph as she broke the finishing tape



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