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adhesive tape a strip of cotton, plastic, or other tape coated with a sticky material on one side, used esp. for attaching bandages.
Band-Aid trademark for a small strip of adhesive tape that holds a gauze pad for covering minor wounds. [1/3 definitions]
blip to delete a sound from an audio tape or transmission. [1/5 definitions]
capstan the revolving spindle in a tape recorder around which magnetic tape is wound and that regulates the speed at which the tape moves. [1/2 definitions]
cassette a compact case for film, or audio or video tape, used to facilitate leading a camera or recorder.
digital audio tape a tape recording made with digital techniques.
duct tape a wide, strong adhesive tape, typically silver in color, originally designed for sealing heating and air-conditioning ducts but used for a wide variety of purposes.
friction tape a sturdy cloth or plastic adhesive tape that is moisture-resistant and is used esp. to insulate electrical wires.
head the part of a tape recorder that picks up or erases the signals on the tape. [1/19 definitions]
keypunch to punch holes in (a card, tape, or the like) with a key punch.
key punch a machine, operated from a keyboard, that punches holes in cards or tape used in certain data processing systems.
magnetic tape a plastic tape coated with magnetic iron oxide, used to store recorded material.
masking tape a papery adhesive tape used esp. to cover and protect surfaces that are not to be painted, or as an aid in painting straight lines or narrow bands.
musique concrète (French) tape-recorded sounds that are arranged in various combinations, sequences, and rhythmic patterns to create an artistic work.
oral history historical data, often tape-recorded, that comprises firsthand oral accounts and recollections relating to historical events or traditions. [1/2 definitions]
passe-partout a picture mounting in which tape or gummed paper is used instead of a frame. [1/3 definitions]
pilot film a film or tape of one episode of a proposed television series, designed to attract commercial sponsors and enlist network support.
pretape combined form of tape.
recording something that is recorded, esp. on a vinyl disk or magnetic tape. [1/2 definitions]
reel1 a cylinder, spool, or the like that usu. turns on an axis, and on which cord, wire, tape, film, or the like can be wound. [1/4 definitions]
reel-to-reel designating a tape recorder on which tape is wound from one reel to another.