tap someone

tap someone

verb
See also: tap
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It was a nice, hefty phone and I could use it to tap someone on the head if they got too obnoxious.
The aim is to tap someone on the head or knee while avoiding being tapped yourself.
We feel fortunate to be able to tap someone of Dan's experience to ensure that Calamos continues to offer innovative strategies to clients, utilizing and integrating the best quantitative analysis into our investment process.
May could opt for a proven turnaround expert or tap someone outside the retail industry altogether, said Tierney Remick, senior client partner and managing director of global consumer markets for Korn/Ferry International, the executive search firm.
We are delighted that we can tap someone with his expertise in credit and stature in the company for such a critical role.