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rap

noun uk   /ræp/ us  

rap noun (MUSIC)

A2 [U] a type of popular music with a strong rhythm in which the words are spoken, not sung: a rap artist/star

rap noun (PUNISHMENT)

[C or U] mainly US slang a statement accusing someone of a crime, or the punishment that someone is given for a crime: He always said he was jailed on a bum rap (= false accusation). The police caught him, but somehow he managed to beat the rap (= escape punishment). I'm not going to take the rap for you (= be punished for something you did).

rap noun (JUDGMENT)

[C] US slang a judgment or a reaction: The new show got a bum/bad rap (= was severely criticized) in all the papers.

rap noun (HIT)

[C] a sudden short noise, especially one made by hitting a hard surface: There was a series of raps on the window.

rap

verb uk   /ræp/ (-pp-) us  

rap verb (HIT)

[I or T] to hit or say something suddenly and forcefully: She rapped (on) the table to get everyone's attention. The colonel rapped (out) an order to his men. [T] to criticize someone, especially officially: The headline read "Judge raps police".

rap verb (MUSIC)

[I] to perform rap
Traducciones de “rap”
en coreano 랩 음악…
en árabe موسيقى الرّاب…
en francés coup sec…
en turco bir ritim eşliğinde sözcüklerin söylenmesiyle yapılan müzik, vuruş, darbe…
en italiano musica rap…
en chino (tradicionál) 音樂, 說唱樂…
en ruso рэп, легкий удар, негромкий стук…
en polaco rap, stukanie…
en español golpe seco, Rap…
en portugués rap…
en alemán das Klopfen…
en catalán rap…
en japonés ラップ音楽…
en chino (simplificado) 音乐, 说唱乐…
(Definition of rap from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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