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frap

 (frăp)
tr.v. frapped, frap·ping, fraps Nautical
1. To make secure by lashing: frap a sail.
2. To take up the slack of; tighten.

[Middle English frapen, to strike, from Old French fraper; see frappé.]

frap

(fræp)
vb, fraps, frapping or frapped
(Nautical Terms) (tr) nautical to lash down or together
[C14: from Old French fraper to hit, probably of imitative origin]

frap


Past participle: frapped
Gerund: frapping

Imperative
frap
frap
Present
I frap
you frap
he/she/it fraps
we frap
you frap
they frap
Preterite
I frapped
you frapped
he/she/it frapped
we frapped
you frapped
they frapped
Present Continuous
I am frapping
you are frapping
he/she/it is frapping
we are frapping
you are frapping
they are frapping
Present Perfect
I have frapped
you have frapped
he/she/it has frapped
we have frapped
you have frapped
they have frapped
Past Continuous
I was frapping
you were frapping
he/she/it was frapping
we were frapping
you were frapping
they were frapping
Past Perfect
I had frapped
you had frapped
he/she/it had frapped
we had frapped
you had frapped
they had frapped
Future
I will frap
you will frap
he/she/it will frap
we will frap
you will frap
they will frap
Future Perfect
I will have frapped
you will have frapped
he/she/it will have frapped
we will have frapped
you will have frapped
they will have frapped
Future Continuous
I will be frapping
you will be frapping
he/she/it will be frapping
we will be frapping
you will be frapping
they will be frapping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been frapping
you have been frapping
he/she/it has been frapping
we have been frapping
you have been frapping
they have been frapping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been frapping
you will have been frapping
he/she/it will have been frapping
we will have been frapping
you will have been frapping
they will have been frapping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been frapping
you had been frapping
he/she/it had been frapping
we had been frapping
you had been frapping
they had been frapping
Conditional
I would frap
you would frap
he/she/it would frap
we would frap
you would frap
they would frap
Past Conditional
I would have frapped
you would have frapped
he/she/it would have frapped
we would have frapped
you would have frapped
they would have frapped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.frap - make secure by lashing; "frap a sail"
lash - bind with a rope, chain, or cord; "lash the horse"
2.frap - take up the slack of; "frap a rope"
tighten, fasten - make tight or tighter; "Tighten the wire"
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