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Definition of "tapes" []

  • A long thin strip, made of cotton, linen, etc, used for binding, fastening, etc (noun)
  • Any long narrow strip of cellulose, paper, metal, etc, having similar uses (noun)
  • A string stretched across the track at the end of a race course (noun)
  • To record (speech, music, etc) (verb)
  • To furnish with tapes (verb)
  • To bind, measure, secure, or wrap with tape (verb)
  • To take stock of (a person or situation); sum up (verb)
  • Plural form of tape. (noun)

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Use "tapes" in a sentence
  • "She was to leave for camp the next morning, and I had just finished the last of her name tapes."
  • "Kimmel Live, which despite its title tapes earlier in the evening, is averaging 1.7"
  • "Talking about vicious attacks, I guess he hasn't heard the tapes from the campagine trail – no it's the other way around she was announced as the Pitbull with lipstick and went on attack as soon as she was announced."