Definition of Scotch tape in English:

Scotch tape

Line breaks: Scotch tape
trademark , chiefly North American

noun

[mass noun]
Transparent adhesive tape.
More example sentences
  • Carefully secure the edges with a hot-glue gun (don't bother with Scotch tape - it won't hold!
  • Do you have a tabloid sized newspaper, some Scotch tape, string, scissors and an appreciation of simple joys?
  • Next, I placed the glass on top of the liner and taped it to the liner using Scotch tape.

verb

(Scotch-tape) [with object and adverbial] Back to top  
Stick with transparent adhesive tape: I Scotch-taped my drawings to the walls
More example sentences
  • I recognized most of them from the snapshots of the ensemble during their many previous nights at Linda's, which were Scotch-taped neatly onto a long mirror across from the bar.
  • Someone had sloppily Scotch-taped a Council of Canadians flag next to his seat.
  • We're not newcomers, he says, referencing a smaller hand-lettered sign that was, until recently, Scotch-taped in the bookstore window.

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