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    tape查询结果如下:

    音标:[teɪp] 现在分词:taping
    过去式:taped 过去分词:taped
    名词复数:tapes 第三人称单数:tapes

    基本释义/说明: n.磁带
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    n.
    ①[C] [U]带;扎带;
    three yards of linen tape
    三码亚麻带.
    do up the tapes of an apron into neat bows
    把围裙上的带子打成漂亮的蝴蝶结.
    ②卷尺;带尺;
    a steel tape
    钢卷尺.
    ③[U]磁带,录音带;(电报)纸带;
    record a program on tape
    将节目录在磁带上.
    ④[C]赛跑终点线的细绳;
    breast the tape
    冲线;跑第一.
    tape measure
    卷尺;皮尺.
    tape player
    磁带录音机的放音装置.
    vt.
    ①用带子捆扎;
    ②用磁带录音;
    He taped the concert.
    他用磁带将音乐会录下.
    图典解说
    Thin metal graduated band; it is narrow and flexible for measuring lengths.
    0 薄金属刻度带,测量长度窄而灵活。
    -扩展释义
    n.
    1. 带子,线带;狭布条[C][U]2. (录音或录影)磁带[C][U]3. 录音(或影)的磁带[C]4. 【体】(赛跑终点的)线带[the S]5. 胶布;透明胶纸;绝缘胶布[C][U]6. (电报)纸带[C][U]7. 卷尺,带尺[C]
    n. 【化学】
    皮尺,胶带;条,终点线;录音,装狭带,用卷尺量
    【海运】
    测深尺用带捆扎,用胶布把…粘牢;用磁带为…录音;胶布;钢卷尺;皮尺
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:noun

    例句1. she produced a package wrapped in white linen, tied with tape

    例句2. secure the bandage with tape

    同义词系列1
    -tape的不同词性形态

    名词 变体/同根词

    tape的复数形式
    “There were none of the backing tapes, racks of digital effects and other complex electronic gadgetry of which Tony is so fond.”
    “He returned to Indonesia with books and tapes on Falungong but told no one in his qigong exercise group.”
    “My brother taught me a thing or two, the rest I learnt from magazines and tapes.”
    A transcript of a tape recording.
    (dated) A sort of penfriend who communicated by means of early audio tape recordings sent in the post.
    (dated) Friendly communication by means of early audio tape recordings sent in the post, as engaged in by tapespondents.

    动词 变体/同根词

    tape的过去式和过去分词
    “It was taped in May, so could have been taped two months ahead of the election.”
    “One is that the trial judge was wrong to admit a series of evidence including a taped police interview with him.”
    “This map was mounted in the CP and streets were labelled using white strips of paper taped to the acetate.”
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