A device by which a flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or container can be controlled
Draw liquid through the tap or spout of (a cask, barrel, or other container)
Strike with a quick light blow or blows
A quick light blow, or the sound of such a blow
A tap from which ale is drawn; (formerly also) †a place where ale is available on tap, a taproom, a bar (obsolete).
A sharp rapping or tapping sound, as produced by knocking on a door, hammering, etc.
To make a rapping sound, as on a door, etc.
Another term for bibcock.
A device for controlling the flow of gas from a pipe
A style of tap dancing performed to jazz music or rhythms; a dance in this style.
A tap or gentle blow to indicate love or affection; also in extended use.
A tap with a flat end and an untapered shank, used for finishing the cutting of an internal thread in a blind hole (also called bottoming tap); (also, chiefly US) a tap with a fairly steep taper for starting a thread.
= telephone tap.
To tap a telephone or telephones.
A tap with a vertical inlet pipe and a free outlet, such as is found on sinks and washbasins.
A tap through which both hot and cold water can be drawn at the same time by means of separate controls
A tool for making female screws
North American term for lumbar puncture.
Produce (a rhythm) with a series of quick light blows on a surface
Approach (a sports player) unlawfully with a view to signing them to another club while they are still under contract with their current one