Need another word that means the same as “tape”? Find 45 synonyms and 30 related words for “tape” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Tape” are: tape measure, tapeline, tape recording, taping, mag tape, band, strip, strap, belt, binding, string, ribbon, stripe, braid, adhesive tape, masking tape, parcel tape, finishing line, finishing post, end point, recording, cassette, record, videotape, make a recording of, video, put on cassette, put on tape, put on video, bind, tie, fasten, stick, seal, secure, fix, join, attach, tether, cordon, close, shut, mark, fence
Tape as a Noun
Definitions of "Tape" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “tape” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A strip of paper or plastic coated with adhesive and sold in a roll, used to stick things together.
- The finishing line for a foot race.
- A recording made on magnetic tape.
- A narrow strip of material, typically used to hold or fasten something.
- A tape measure.
- Long, narrow flexible material with magnetic properties, used for recording sound, pictures, or computer data.
- A strip of material used to mark off an area or form a notional barrier.
- A cassette or reel containing magnetic tape for recording.
- Memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip coated with iron oxide; used to record audio or video signals or to store computer information.
- A strip of material stretched across the finishing line of a race, to be broken or dislodged by the winner.
- Measuring instrument consisting of a narrow strip (cloth or metal) marked in inches or centimeters and used for measuring lengths.
- A recording on a cassette or reel.
- A long thin piece of cloth or paper as used for binding or fastening.
Synonyms of "Tape" as a noun (22 Words)
|adhesive tape||A substance that unites or bonds surfaces together.|
|band||A collar with two hanging strips, worn by certain lawyers, clerics, and academics as part of their formal dress.|
The band of limestone continues north on the same contour.
|belt||A belt worn as a sign of rank or achievement.|
He was awarded the victor s belt.
|binding||One of a pair of mechanical devices that are attached to a ski and that will grip a ski boot the bindings should release in case of a fall.|
The book had a leather binding.
|braid||A hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair.|
A flexible copper braid.
|cassette||A sealed plastic unit containing a length of audio tape, videotape, film, etc. wound on a pair of spools, for insertion into a recorder, playback device, or other machine.|
|end point||A final part or section.|
|finishing line||A decorative texture or appearance of a surface (or the substance that gives it that appearance.|
|finishing post||The act of finishing.|
|mag tape||Memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip coated with iron oxide; used to record audio or video signals or to store computer information.|
|masking tape||A protective covering worn over the face.|
|parcel tape||A wrapped container.|
|recording||The action or process of recording sound or a performance for subsequent reproduction or broadcast.|
A bootleg live recording.
|ribbon||A ribbon of a special colour or design awarded as a prize or worn to indicate the holding of an honour especially a small multicoloured piece of ribbon worn in place of the medal it represents.|
The notes had been typed on an old portable with a faded ribbon.
|strap||A strip of metal, often hinged, used to fasten or secure something.|
Her bra strap.
|string||The stringed instruments in an orchestra.|
She wore a string of agates round her throat.
|strip||An act of undressing especially in a striptease.|
A campaigner against strip joints.
|stripe||A type or category.|
A green toad with small black stripes or bars.
|tape measure||Memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip coated with iron oxide; used to record audio or video signals or to store computer information.|
|tape recording||A recording made on magnetic tape.|
|tapeline||Measuring instrument consisting of a narrow strip (cloth or metal) marked in inches or centimeters and used for measuring lengths.|
|taping||A recording made on magnetic tape.|
Usage Examples of "Tape" as a noun
- A tape of a radio talk.
- The carpenter should have used his tape measure.
- He took along a dozen tapes to record the interview.
- He broke the tape in record time.
- Double-sided sticky tape.
- The several recordings were combined on a master tape.
- He inserted a tape in the recorder.
- A reel of tape.
- He wrapped a tape around the package.
- They put four songs on tape.
- A dirty apron fastened with thin tapes.
- Secure the bandage with tape.
- He used a piece of tape for a belt.
Tape as a Verb
Definitions of "Tape" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “tape” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Record on videotape.
- Fasten or attach (something) with adhesive tape.
- Record (sound or pictures) on audio or video tape or by digital means.
- Fasten or attach with tape.
- Register electronically.
- Seal or mark off an area or thing with tape.
Synonyms of "Tape" as a verb (23 Words)
|attach||Cause to be attached.|
The Commission can attach appropriate conditions to the operation of the agreement.
|bind||Provide with a binding.|
The hydrogen binds the oxygen.
|close||Change one s body stance so that the forward shoulder and foot are closer to the intended point of impact.|
Management closed ranks.
|cordon||Prevent access to or from an area or building by surrounding it with police or other guards.|
The city centre was cordoned off after fires were discovered in two stores.
|fasten||Become fixed or fastened.|
His gaze was fastened on his daughter.
|fence||Enclose with a fence.|
After stealing your ring he didn t even know how to fence it.
|fix||Make fixed stable or stationary.|
Her gaze fixed on Jess.
|join||Cause to become joined or linked.|
Join up the points in a different colour.
|make a recording of||Carry out or commit.|
|mark||Designate as if by a mark.|
Mark off the units.
|put on cassette||Formulate in a particular style or language.|
|put on tape||Formulate in a particular style or language.|
|put on video||Cause (someone) to undergo something.|
|record||Produce a programme or a piece or collection of music by recording a performance.|
I would go into the studio while the guys were recording.
|seal||Close with or as if with a seal.|
Seal the letter.
|secure||Succeed in obtaining (something), especially with difficulty.|
Doors are likely to be well secured at night.
|shut||Move so that an opening or passage is obstructed make shut.|
He was opening and shutting his mouth.
|stick||Come or be in close contact with stick or hold together and resist separation.|
Stick the corner of the sheet under the mattress.
|strap||Tie with a strap.|
The children were strapped into their car seats.
|tether||Tie with a tether.|
Check if Wi Fi access is free in the lobby or tether your phone.
|tie||Create social or emotional ties.|
The teams drew a tie.
|video||Make a video recording of something broadcast on television.|
How many programmes have you videoed and never managed to watch.
|videotape||Record on videotape.|
His arrest was videotaped.
Usage Examples of "Tape" as a verb
- Taped music.
- It is not known who taped the conversation.
- Tape the shipping label to the box.
- A note taped to the fridge.
- They taped off an area round the scene of the explosion.
Associations of "Tape" (30 Words)
|adherence||The property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition.|
He moved to Avignon and won the adherence of the French king.
|adhesion||A fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures.|
Endoscopic surgery for pelvic adhesions.
|adhesive||Tending to adhere.|
|audio||An audible acoustic wave frequency.|
They always raise the audio for commercials.
|camcorder||A portable combined video camera and video recorder.|
|camera||A device for recording visual images in the form of photographs, film, or video signals.|
A video camera.
|cassette||A container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video.|
|commentary||A descriptive spoken account (especially on a broadcast) of an event or performance as it happens.|
A live commentary on radio.
|composite||A composite constructional material.|
The next decade may well see the introduction of more designer polymers and composites.
|dubbing||Material used for the bodies of artificial fishing flies, especially fur or wool on waxed silk.|
|epoxy||Glue with epoxy.|
Epoxy the shards.
|glue||Be fixed as if by glue.|
The wood is cut into pieces which are then glued together.
|glutinous||Having the sticky properties of an adhesive.|
|gum||Cover with gum or glue.|
If you gum the tape it is stronger.
|mucous||Of or secreting or covered with or resembling mucus.|
|pitchy||Of the blackest black; similar to the color of jet or coal.|
|playback||Electronic equipment comprising the part of a tape recorder that reproduces the recorded material.|
The instant playback facility.
|primer||A molecule that serves as a starting material for a polymerization process.|
New plaster should be treated with a primer.
|recorder||An apparatus for recording sound, pictures, or data.|
A cockpit voice recorder.
|slimy||Repellently smooth and obsequious.|
A slimy little liar.
|sticker||An adhesive label or notice, generally printed or illustrated.|
A disabled sticker for our car.
|sticky||Having the sticky properties of an adhesive.|
Sticky cakes and pastries.
|studio||A studio flat.|
Mostly the painting is done in the studio working from drawings.
|tacky||(of a glutinous liquid such as paint) not completely dried and slightly sticky to the touch.|
The paint was still tacky.
|taping||A recording made on magnetic tape.|
|tv||Broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects – Ernie Kovacs.|
The British call a tv set a telly.
|vcr||A magnetic tape recorder for recording (and playing back) TV programs.|
|video||Film with a video camera.|
|viscid||Having the sticky properties of an adhesive.|
The viscid mucus lining of the intestine.
|viscous||Having a relatively high resistance to flow.|