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tap (someone or something) with (something)
To use some item or instrument to strike someone or something very swiftly and lightly. He tapped the nail with his hammer so as not to damage the wall. The police officer tapped the man with his baton and asked what he was up to.
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tap something with something
to make light blows on something with something. Alice tapped the table with her keys in an annoying fashion. Just tap the nail lightly with your hammer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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While chrome is still popular, we are also seeing an increase in taps with
colours incorporated, such as our Methven Gaston with black accent.
striking designs will enhance your kitchen and will make them focal points, rather than just kitchen necessities.
striking designs will enhance your kitchen and will even make them focal points, rather than just kitchen necessities.
Try the taps with
the bathroom suite to check they're the right style and size - it's especially important that the basin tap's in proportion to the basin.
Try the taps with
the suite to check they're the right style and size - it's especially important that the basin tap is in proportion to the basin.
* Non-Torque, Extended Range Pipe Tap Adaptor - permits use of larger pipe taps with
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Micrograin carbide taps with
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