Scotch tape Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “Scotch tape” in the English Dictionary

"Scotch tape" in British English

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Scotch tapenoun [U]

uk   us   US trademark (UK trademark Sellotape)
a ​long, ​thinstrip of ​sticky and usually ​transparentmaterial that is ​sold in a roll and is used for ​joining together things such as ​paper or cardcardboard: a ​roll of ​Scotchtape I ​stuck the ​note to the ​door withScotchtape.
scotch-tape
verb [T] US (UK sellotape)
When I got ​home, I ​found a ​mysteriousmessagescotch-taped to the ​frontdoor.
(Definition of Scotch tape from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Scotch tape" in American English

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Scotch tapenoun [U]

 us   /ˈskɑtʃˈteɪp/ trademark
a ​long, usually ​transparentstrip of ​material with a ​stickysubstance on one ​side, used for ​attaching two ​pieces of ​paper or ​fixing a ​tornplace
(Definition of Scotch tape from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"Scotch tape™" in Business English

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Scotch tape™noun [U]

uk   us   US trademark
a ​longthinstrip of ​stickytransparentmaterialsold in a ​roll and used for ​joining things such as ​paper or ​card
(Definition of Scotch tape™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Scotch tape”
in Chinese (Simplified) 透明胶带…
in Turkish bant, yapıştırıcı bant…
in Russian скотч, клейкая лента…
in Chinese (Traditional) 透明膠帶…
in Polish taśma klejąca…
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