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Translation of "tape" - English-Spanish dictionary

tape

noun /teip/
(a piece of) a narrow strip or band of cloth used for tying etc
cinta
bundles of letters tied with tape.
a piece of this or something similar, eg a string, stretched above the finishing line on a race track
meta, cinta de llegada
The two runners reached the tape together.
a narrow strip of paper, plastic, metal etc used for sticking materials together, recording sounds etc
cinta
adhesive tape insulating tape I recorded the concert on tape.
a tape-measure.
cinta métrica
tape measure noun ( measuring tape) a length of eg plastic, cloth or metal tape, marked with centimetres, metres etc for measuring.
cinta métrica
tape recorder noun a machine which records sounds on magnetic tape and reproduces them when required.
magnetófono
tape record verb
grabar con magnetófono
tape recording noun
Gravación con Magnetofono
a tape recording of the interview.
tapeworm noun a long flat worm that can live inside the intestines of humans and animals as a parasite
Gusano Parasito
( also adjective) a tapeworm infection.
(Definition of tape from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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