tape-record


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tape-re·cord

(tāp′rĭ-kôrd′)
tr.v. tape-re·cord·ed, tape-re·cord·ing, tape-re·cords
To record on magnetic tape.

tape-record

vb
(Electronics) to make a tape recording (of)

tape-record


Past participle: tape-recorded
Gerund: tape-recording

Imperative
tape-record
tape-record
Present
I tape-record
you tape-record
he/she/it tape-records
we tape-record
you tape-record
they tape-record
Preterite
I tape-recorded
you tape-recorded
he/she/it tape-recorded
we tape-recorded
you tape-recorded
they tape-recorded
Present Continuous
I am tape-recording
you are tape-recording
he/she/it is tape-recording
we are tape-recording
you are tape-recording
they are tape-recording
Present Perfect
I have tape-recorded
you have tape-recorded
he/she/it has tape-recorded
we have tape-recorded
you have tape-recorded
they have tape-recorded
Past Continuous
I was tape-recording
you were tape-recording
he/she/it was tape-recording
we were tape-recording
you were tape-recording
they were tape-recording
Past Perfect
I had tape-recorded
you had tape-recorded
he/she/it had tape-recorded
we had tape-recorded
you had tape-recorded
they had tape-recorded
Future
I will tape-record
you will tape-record
he/she/it will tape-record
we will tape-record
you will tape-record
they will tape-record
Future Perfect
I will have tape-recorded
you will have tape-recorded
he/she/it will have tape-recorded
we will have tape-recorded
you will have tape-recorded
they will have tape-recorded
Future Continuous
I will be tape-recording
you will be tape-recording
he/she/it will be tape-recording
we will be tape-recording
you will be tape-recording
they will be tape-recording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tape-recording
you have been tape-recording
he/she/it has been tape-recording
we have been tape-recording
you have been tape-recording
they have been tape-recording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tape-recording
you will have been tape-recording
he/she/it will have been tape-recording
we will have been tape-recording
you will have been tape-recording
they will have been tape-recording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tape-recording
you had been tape-recording
he/she/it had been tape-recording
we had been tape-recording
you had been tape-recording
they had been tape-recording
Conditional
I would tape-record
you would tape-record
he/she/it would tape-record
we would tape-record
you would tape-record
they would tape-record
Past Conditional
I would have tape-recorded
you would have tape-recorded
he/she/it would have tape-recorded
we would have tape-recorded
you would have tape-recorded
they would have tape-recorded
Translations

tape-record

[ˈteɪprɪˌkɔːd] VTgrabar (en cinta)

tape-record

[ˈteɪprɪˌkɔːd] vtregistrare (su nastro)

tape

(teip) noun
1. (a piece of) a narrow strip or band of cloth used for tying etc. bundles of letters tied with tape.
2. a piece of this or something similar, eg a string, stretched above the finishing line on a race track. The two runners reached the tape together.
3. a narrow strip of paper, plastic, metal etc used for sticking materials together, recording sounds etc. adhesive tape; insulating tape; I recorded the concert on tape.
4. a tape-measure.
verb
1. to fasten or seal with tape.
2. to record (the sound of something) on tape. He taped the concert.
ˈtape-measure, ˈmeasuring-tape nouns
a length of eg plastic, cloth or metal tape, marked with centimetres, metres etc for measuring.
ˈtape-recorder noun
a machine which records sounds on magnetic tape and reproduces them when required.
ˈtape-record verb
ˈtape-recording noun
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