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Turkish translation of “tap”

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tap

noun [C]
 
 
/tæp/
WATER mainly UK ( also US faucet) B1 the part at the end of a pipe which controls the flow of water
musluk
the cold/hot tap to turn a tap on/off She rinsed the cup under the tap.Plumbing and pipes and sewage
KNOCK B2 a gentle knock or touch, or the noise made by knocking something gently
tıkırdı, hafif hafif vurma
I felt a tap on my shoulder. There was a tap at the door.Touching and feelingShowing affection
TELEPHONE a small piece of equipment that can be fixed to someone's telephone in order to listen to their telephone calls
telefon dinleme cihazı
Spying and espionage
on tap easily available
kolay elde edilebilir; hazırda
They have all that sort of information on tap.Available and accessiblePresent
Translations of “tap”
in Korean 꼭지…
in Arabic حَنَفِيّة…
in French petit coup…
in Italian rubinetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設備, (水)龍頭,閥門, (煤氣)閥門…
in Russian кран, стук, легкий удар…
in Polish kran, stuknięcie, klepnięcie…
in Spanish golpecito, palmadita…
in Portuguese torneira…
in German leichtes Klopfen…
in Catalan aixeta…
in Japanese 蛇口…
in Chinese (Simplified) 设备, (水)龙头,阀门, (煤气)阀门…
(Definition of tap noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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