- vt. 抢走；轻敲；敲击致使；使着迷
- vi. 敲击；交谈
- n. 轻敲
CET6 TEM8 考 研
1. rap, trap, strap: 敲击他，掉陷阱，蛇做皮带捆住他。
2. rap: r的图案好像用中指和食指敲门。
5. rap music 说唱音乐
- rap (n.)
- c. 1300, "a quick, light blow, stroke," also "a fart" (late 15c.), native or borrowed from a Scandinavian source (compare Danish rap, Swedish rapp "light blow"); either way probably of imitative origin (compare slap, clap).
Slang meaning "rebuke, blame, responsibility" is from 1777; specific meaning "criminal indictment" (as in rap sheet, 1960) is from 1903. To beat the rap is from 1927. Meaning "music with improvised words" first in New York City slang, 1979 (see rap (v.2)).
- rap (v.1)
- mid-14c., "strike, smite, knock," from rap (n.). Related: Rapped; rapping. To rap (someone's) knuckles "give light punishment" is from 1749. Related: Rapped; rapping.
- rap (v.2)
- "talk informally, chat," 1929, popularized c. 1965 in Black English, possibly first in Caribbean English and from British slang meaning "say, utter" (1879), originally "to utter a sudden oath" (1540s), ultimately from rap (n.). As a noun in this sense from 1898. Meaning "to perform rap music" is recorded by 1979. Related: Rapped; rapping.
- 1. He said statisticians gave them a bad rap by "lying with figures".
- 2. The rap on this guy is that he doesn't really care.
- 3. Britain gave them a diplomatic rap over the knuckles.
- 4. We rap the manufacturers on their knuckles if the toy is shoddy.
- 5. The rap against Conn was that he was far too reckless.
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