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tap·ping

 (tăp′ĭng)
n.
1.
a. The act of one that taps.
b. The process or means by which something is tapped.
2. Something that is taken or drawn by tapping.

tapping

(ˈtæpɪŋ)
n
the act or noise of touching something gently, esp so as to make a soft knocking sounds

tapping

(ˈtæpɪŋ)
n
the act of secretly obtaining information by means of concealed listening or recording devices

tap•ping

(ˈtæp ɪŋ)

n.
1. the act of a person or thing that taps or strikes lightly.
2. the sound produced by this.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tapping - the sound of light blow or knocktapping - the sound of light blow or knock; "he heard the tapping of the man's cane"
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat-tat, rat-tat - a series of short sharp taps (as made by strokes on a drum or knocks on a door)
Translations

tapping

n
(of barrel)Anzapfen nt, → Anstich m; (of beer etc from barrel)Abzapfen nt
(of telephone etc)Anzapfen nt
(Med) → Punktieren nt
(fig, of funds etc) → Erschließen nt
(Tech) → Gewindebohren ntor -schneiden nt; tapping drillGewindebohrer m

tap·ping

1. n. percusión;
2. extracción de fluido de una cavidad.
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BOLD signal changes Talairach co-ordinates Brain region BA Voxels X Y Z Voxel T Finger tapping (right-hand) LH motor cortex BA 4 5 465 -43 -35 -21 14.
Washington, April 6 ( ANI ): A simple finger tapping test has shown that fine motor skill decline doesn't start until most people reach their mid-60s - and unless they have abnormal conditions like Parkinson's disease, middle-aged people do just as well as young adults.
In the clinical study investigators employ a variety of methods to assess efficacy: K-ABC: Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Gross Motor Function Measure, (GMFM), box and block test, Modified Asworth Scale, MAS, finger tapping test, Brain SPECT and MRI.
Preston Reed walked onto the Glee stage to an intro confirming that he was the man that had started the percussive finger tapping style of playing that had inspired both Gomm and McKee; Rainmaker being a great example of this, but his style also has a sound track, almost orchestral feel to it.
Preston Reed walked onto the Glee stage to an intro confirming that he was the man that had started the percussive, finger tapping style of playing that had inspired both Gomm and McKee; Rainmaker being a great example of this, but his style also has a sound track, almost orchestral feel to it.
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We found that the five patients who received neurofeedback were able to increase activity in brain networks important for movements and that this intervention resulted in an overall improvement in motor speed - in this case, finger tapping.
Body language Judi notes: "A practised liar may not squirm in their chair but watch for other signs of anxiety such as tell-tale foot or finger tapping or hand wringing as they answer your questions.
1 shows a simple block design finger tapping task, where subjects are instructed to either tap the fingers of their left hand against their left thumb, the fingers of their right hand against their right thumb, or rest.
DOODLE FIND, iPhone/iPod Touch, FREE THE fiendishly addictive Doodle Find invites iPhone owners to take part in a competition where hand-eye coordination and swift finger tapping could catapult you to the top of the Facebook chart.
asked Donia between numbers, finger tapping her cheek in little-girl coquettishness.
Her opening number, accompanied only by her finger tapping on the mic to create a simple but effective percussive noise, set the standard for a strangely mesmerising set.