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rap1 US English

Strike (a hard surface) with a series of rapid audible blows, especially in order to attract attention

rap2 US English

The smallest amount (used to add emphasis to a statement)

rap US Thesaurus

she rapped his fingers with a ruler

bum rap US English

A false charge, typically one leading to imprisonment

rap sheet US English

A criminal record

beat the rap US English

Escape punishment for or be acquitted of a crime

take the rap US English

Be punished or blamed, especially for something that is not one’s fault or for which others are equally responsible

rap someone on the knuckles US English

Rebuke or criticize someone

riprap US English

Loose stone used to form a foundation for a breakwater or other structure

beat the rap in rap1 US English

Escape punishment for or be acquitted of a crime

take the rap in rap1 US English

Be punished or blamed, especially for something that is not one’s fault or for which others are equally responsible

gangsta rap in gangsta US English

A type of rap music featuring aggressive lyrics, often with reference to gang violence

rap someone on the knuckles in rap1 US English

Rebuke or criticize someone

take the rap in rap US Thesaurus

why should I take the rap for what Clarence did?