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N-COUNT 龙头;阀门;旋塞 A tap is a device that controls the flow of a liquid or gas from a pipe or container, for example on a sink.
She turned on the taps.
...a cold-water tap...
VERB 轻打;轻拍;轻叩 If you tap something, you hit it with a quick light blow or a series of quick light blows.
He tapped the table to still the shouts of protest...
Tap the eggs gently with a teaspoon to crack the shells...
VERB (尤指听音乐时，用手指或脚)敲节拍，打拍子 If you tap your fingers or feet, you make a regular pattern of sound by hitting a surface lightly and repeatedly with them, especially while you are listening to music.
The song's so catchy it makes you bounce round the living room or tap your feet.
VERB 开发，发掘，利用(资源、形势) If you tap a resource or situation, you make use of it by getting from it something that you need or want.
He owes his election to having tapped deep public disillusion with professional politicians...
The company is tapping shareholders for £15.8 million...
公司要向股东募集 1, 580 万英镑。
VERB 偷听，窃听，监听(电话) If someone taps your telephone, they attach a special device to the line so that they can secretly listen to your conversations.
The government passed laws allowing the police to tap telephones...
We suspected the telephone line was tapped.
PHRASE (饮料)散装的，可随时(打开旋塞)取饮的 If drinks are on tap, they come from a tap rather than from a bottle.
Filtered water is always on tap, making it very convenient to use.
PHRASE 可轻松获取;可随时使用 If something is on tap, you can have as much of it as you want whenever you want.
The advantage of group holidays is company on tap but time alone if you want it.