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rap  Verb
Plural: raps
  1. Translate "rap" to Spanish: golpetear
    English Synonyms of "rap": tap, drum, pat, patter, pitter-patter, spat
    Define meaning of "rap": Make light, repeated taps on a surface.
  2. He was tapping his fingers on the table impatiently.

  3. Translate "rap" to Spanish: charlar, conversar, chacharear, cotorrear
    English Synonyms of "rap": chat, talk, chitchat, confab, converse informally, converse informally two or more persons, chatter
    Define meaning of "rap": Talk volubly.

  4. Translate "rap" to Spanish: golpear
    English Synonyms of "rap": hit, bash, sock, belt, blow, lather, knap
    Define meaning of "rap": Strike sharply.
  5. Rap him on the knuckles.


  6. Translate "rap" to Spanish: llamar al orden, amonestar
    English Synonyms of "rap": bring into line, bring under control, call to order, bind over, bring to heel, order not to cause trouble, show the red card

rap  Noun
  1. Translate "rap" to Spanish: golpecito
    English Synonyms of "rap": light blow, light stroke, prod, flick
    Define meaning of "rap": A gentle blow.

  2. Translate "rap" to Spanish: golpeteo, golpe seco, sonido de un golpe
    English Synonyms of "rap": knock, beating, buffeting, clack, knocking, knocking sound, pitter-patter, tapping
    Define meaning of "rap": The act of hitting vigorously. ; The sound made by a gentle blow.
  3. He gave the table a whack.


  4. Translate "rap" to Spanish: rap, música rap
    English Synonyms of "rap": rap music
    Define meaning of "rap": Genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged.

  5. Translate "rap" to Spanish: crítica
    English Synonyms of "rap": carping, criticism, criticizing, faultfinding, animadversion, caviling, crit, stricture
    Define meaning of "rap": A reproach for some lapse or misdeed.
  6. He took the blame for it.
    It was a bum rap.

  7. Translate "rap" to Spanish: charla, parloteo
    English Synonyms of "rap": chat, talk, talking, chatter, confab, chin, confabulation, chinwag
    Define meaning of "rap": Voluble conversation.


  8. Translate "rap" to Spanish: incriminación
    English Synonyms of "rap": accusation, charge, crimination, incrimination
    Define meaning of "rap": A reproach for some lapse or misdeed.
  9. He took the blame for it.
    It was a bum rap.

  10. Translate "rap" to Spanish: reprimenda
    English Synonyms of "rap": reprimand, admonishment, call-down, chastisement, rebuke, reprehension, scolding, reproof
    Define meaning of "rap": An act or expression of criticism and censure.

  11. Translate "rap" to Spanish: arresto
    English Synonyms of "rap": arrest, capture, apprehension, pickup, seizure, act of arresting or detaining, arret, bust, collar
    Define meaning of "rap": The act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal).


  12. Translate "rap" to Spanish: nada
    English Synonyms of "rap": nothing at all, absolutely nothing, nothing, chopped liver, fart, fuck-all, goose egg, jack, makkes

Verb Conjugation for "rap"
Gerund: rapping

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