English version

tape in Recording topic

tapetape2 ●●○ AWL verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 record something [intransitive, transitive] (also tape record)TCR to record sound or pictures onto a tape πŸ”Š Would you mind if I taped this conversation? πŸ”Š Quiet – the machine’s still taping.2 stick something [transitive]STICK to stick something onto something else using tapetape something to something πŸ”Š There were two pictures taped to the side of the fridge.3 fasten something [transitive] (also tape up)FASTEN/DO UP to fasten a package, box etc with sticky tape4 injury [transitive] (also tape up) especially American EnglishMH to tie a bandage firmly around an injured part of someone’s body syn strap British English πŸ”Š His ankle had been taped. Grammar Tape is often passive in this meaning.5 β†’ have (got) something/somebody tapedβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
tapeβ€’ This call has been taped, for the record.β€’ You just tape her by the wings to an applicator stick using Scotch tape.β€’ Those fanatics who taped John Peel sessions were disturbed by the album's lack of clarity.β€’ There was a dartboard above the phone with a picture of Thatcher taped over it.β€’ And him always bumming on to Derek about how he'd taped the whole of Brideshead Revisited.β€’ Do you mind if I tape this interview?β€’ They've got this taped up so well I can't get it open.β€’ Wilkins came out of the game to get his knee taped up.tape something to somethingβ€’ Why is this envelope taped to the refrigerator?