Definición de tape in Inglés tapePronunciación: /teɪp/Traducir tape | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español noun [mass noun] 1a narrow strip of material, typically used to hold or fasten something:a reel of tape [count noun]:a dirty apron fastened with thin tapes (also adhesive tape or British sticky tape) a strip of paper or plastic coated with adhesive and sold in a roll, used to stick things together: secure the bandage with tape double-sided sticky tape [count noun] a strip of material stretched across the finishing line of a race, to be broken or dislodged by the winner. a strip of material used to mark off an area or form a notional barrier. [count noun] a tape measure. 2 [often with modifier] long, narrow flexible material with magnetic properties, used for recording sound, pictures, or computer data:they put four songs on tape [count noun] a cassette or reel containing magnetic tape for recording: he inserted a tape in the recorder [count noun] a recording on a cassette or reel: a tape of a radio talk verb [with object] 1record (sound or pictures) on audio or video tape:it is not known who taped the conversation 2fasten or attach (something) with adhesive tape: a note taped to the fridge (tape something off) seal or mark off an area or thing with tape: they taped off an area round the scene of the explosionPhrases breast the tape British win a race. have (or get) someone/thing taped British informal understand a person or thing fully. Origin: Old English tæppa, tæppe; perhaps related to Middle Low German teppen 'pluck, tear'tape en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de tape en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.