from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of tape.
- n. The act of something being taped
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sizing or dressing of cotton warp-yarn on a tape-machine.
- n. In sewing-machine work, a method of sewing in which a tape is fed to a gaiter or other article and is stitched down. It is done on a two-needle machine (which see, under sewing-machine).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a recording made on magnetic tape
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The Supreme Court ruled that home taping is legal, with limits.
I would've like to have been videoing taping from the ground!
Some court records brought out the fact that Labash had tape recorded some interviewees without telling them, sometimes from his home in Maryland, where surreptitious taping is a felony.
BTW, I can hang drywall all day, but taping is something else entirely.
Sometimes there are a couple of independent reasons to seize the recording device (eg, cell phone) or sometimes just one (tape recorder in a state where taping is permitted).
During the years the show aired you could actually see advances taking place in taping and filming.
They put these "home taping is killing music" graphics on everything from stickers to the sleeves of LPs you bought in the shops.
What we saw in the taping is what was shown when it aired on TV.
21: 32 The scene of Fringe I saw them taping is in tonight's episode.
After fourteen years of masturbating bears, A-Hole Ronalds, robotic pimps, vomiting Kermits, Abe Vigoda Christmas trees, and staring contests devolving into Conan’s “parents” dancing naked with Conan’s “grandparents,” do you really think a fire alarm going off in the middle of a taping is gonna throw off Conan Mothaf**king O’Brien??