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Definición de “tap out something/someone” en inglés

tap out something/someone

phrasal verb with tap  us   /tæp/ verb [I/T] (-pp-)
to use everything that is available, or to get all the money that you can from someone: After paying our daughter's college tuition, we're tapped out.
(Definition of tap out something/someone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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