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Alternative clues for the word tap

Hearing aid?

Kind of dance

Gregory Hines specialty



Access, with "into"

Draw upon

Do some soft-shoe


Open, as a keg

Strike lightly

Keep time


Dance specialty

It bugs people on the phone


Draw from

Water source

Whence water

Connect to secretly

Light touch


Cane's sound

You may draw from it

Item on a dancer's heel


Dancer's shoe attachment

Draft outlet


Call on

Use as a resource

Beer may be on this

Cask control

Beer may be on it

Something to draw from

Send a message in Morse code, e.g.

Listening-in device

Draft dispenser

Keg opening

Need for a keg

Punch out, as Morse code

Water gate?

Listening device

Keg necessity

Brewpub fixture

Soft-shoe, e.g.

Spy's device

Access, as a resource

Snooping aid

Bill (Bojangles) Robinson's forte

Beer source

Touch on the shoulder, say

Brew source

Object of many a court order

Minor hit

Dance like the Hines Brothers

Shoe add-on

Shoe attachment

Physical "Psst!"

See 62-Across

Drafts may be served on it

Flow controller

Dance style with fancy footwork

Keg part

Keg feature

Dance genre

Dance class

Percussive dance

Barroom fixture

Dance often done with top hat and cane

Bud source, perhaps

Word that becomes its own synonym when spelled backward

"Singin' in the Rain" dance style

A tool for cutting female (internal) screw threads

A plug for a bunghole in a cask

A light touch or stroke

The sound made by a gentle blow

A faucet for drawing water from a pipe or cask

A gentle blow


Open a keg

Begin to use

Light blow

Choose for membership

Do a buck and wing

Dance like Hines

Word with room or root

Spy job

Dance, in a way

Half sole

Gregory Hines medium

Bug's relative

Type of dance

Break open

Gregory Hines film

This is sometimes near beer

On ____ (from the barrel)

Astaire specialty

Ann Miller forte

Kind of bolt or dance

Type of root

Kind of dancer

Select for membership

Knock gently

Draw on

Thread-forming tool

"The ___ Dance Kid"

Wire job

Rhythmic dance

Dancing sound

Beer producer


Broach a cask

Choose a new club member

Start of a court game

Phone cut-in

Bar item

Dance of a sort

Easy stroke

On ___ (available)


Open, as a beer keg

Start of an N.B.A. game

Initiate a flow

Open a barrel

Word definitions for tap in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES bath taps British English ▪ The water coming out of the bath taps was freezing cold. mixer tap tap dancing tap on/at the door (= hit it very gently ) ▪ I tapped on the door and opened it. tap resources (= take them...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Faucet \Fau"cet\, n. [F. fausset, perh. fr. L. fauces throat.] A fixture for drawing a liquid, as water, molasses, oil, etc., from a pipe, cask, or other vessel, in such quantities as may be desired; -- called also tap , and cock . It consists of a tubular...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 A tapering cylindrical pin or peg used to stop the vent in a cask; a spigot. 2 A device used to dispense liquids. 3 Liquor drawn through a tap; hence, a certain kind or quality of liquor. 4 A place where liquor is drawn for drinking; a...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"strike lightly," c.1200, from Old French taper "tap, rap, strike" (12c.), from a Gallo-Roman or Germanic source ultimately imitative of the sound of rapping. Meaning "to designate for some duty or for membership" is recorded from 1952, from notion of a...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
v. cut a female screw thread with a tap draw from or dip into to get something; "tap one's memory"; "tap a source of money" strike lightly; "He tapped me on the shoulder" [syn: tip ] draw from; make good use of; "we must exploit the resources we are given...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Táp is a village in Győr-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary . In 1588 it was undivided property of Count János Cseszneky and András Farkas, later was in the hands of Cseszneky heirs.

Usage examples of tap.

Working quickly, he attached the much smaller, but much more efficient crystal-lattice trap and accelerometer to a port upstream from the main detector, where the substation tapped into the Tevatron flow.

Her childhood and adolescence had been full enough of taps on the phone, cars across the street, name-calling and fights in school.

Finished with cycling the air-lock combination, Councillor Albedo tapped at the invisible key in his palm once again.

Sliding his arm into each of the three spaces, Alec pressed and tapped with no success.

I knew it was Bakor and that they had tapped the open time channel just before I was to reach Algor terminal.

She tapped her toe impatiently, wondering why Duncan persisted in talking about old and withered Eglantine when she, ripe and lovely Alienor, was directly before him.

Moshe Dayan, Amit was tapped to run the Mossad in 1963 while studying business administration at Columbia University in New York City.

Billy Anker tapped the fingers of his good hand on the arm of his acceleration chair.

Our people can use commercial software to do stand alone jobs or pull down the apps from our servers, or they can tap into our database, or into the huge databases on the Internet to pull in reference data.

Tapping the coordinates to Argon into the computer, he slumped in relief.

Inside the room, the Marshal-General sat with another man, the luap, and when Aris tapped at the doorpost, they both looked up to stare at him.

She could not detect a ground for such suspicion in the Ashake memories she could tap.

Presently I heard a discreet tapping on the doorboard of the hut which I at once removed, wriggling swiftly through the hole, careless in my misery as to whether I met an assegai the other side of it or not.

Pham tapped his palm, and the audio from the scene below came louder in his ear.

Listeners could picture the years wherein Chardon and Dokey had worked underground from the old shack to tap the real vein of the Aureole Mine.