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rap

noun /rӕp/
a quick, brief knock or tap
golpe seco
He heard a rap on the door.
a style of popular music in which a singer rapidly speaks rhymes over a heavy beat.
Rap
rapper noun a person who performs a rap song.
Rapero
rap out phrasal verb to say quickly
lanzar
He rapped out his orders.
(Definition of rap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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