Definitions

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  • v. To affix or attach with sticky tape.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I used a sticky-tape roller to collect samples of what I thought might be bedbug carcasses from along the seams of my mattress and at the head and foot of the bed.

    Keeping the bedbugs at bay

  • I reassembled the packet in its original order and, finding some sticky-tape, sealed the outside brown envelope so that no one could open it by chance.

    Decider

  • He picked it up, looking at the sticky-tape closure.

    Decider

  • You won't need a picture hook to hang these sticky-tape masterpieces

    Home | Mail Online

  • Tom Wujec gave an interesting TED talk about training people in team-work and engineering through building the tallest possible structures from 20 pieces of spaghetti, 1 yard of string, and 1 yard of sticky-tape with a time limit of 18 minutes [1].

    Planet Debian

  • Strategically placed green sticky-tape did little to save the blushes of election officials when the fur coats came off and the women posed for photographers who had turned up to see opposition candidate Victor Yanukovich cast his vote.

    www.kyivpost.com

  • - It's definitely better than trying to use a sticky-tape lint / hair roller on furniture or rugs.

    Cincinnati Local News Headlines | WCPO.com

  • : What I took was one of these sticky-tape dispensers, but I think it was mine originally in the previous office.

    Eurogamer

  • For a boot-and-braces Scarlets side, held together with sticky-tape, it was old heads such as Mark Jones, the captain for the day, Dafydd Jones, Matthew Rees and Vernon Cooper who led the charge with displays which harked back to the glory days at Stradey Park down the road.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "Until now, everyone has been using our so-called 'pencil technique' (the sticky-tape method) but the disadvantage is that the graphite crystals are quite small - it's really painstaking research," Professor Geim explained.

    BBC News | Technology | World Edition

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