[duhk, duhkt] /dʌk, dʌkt/

a strongly adhesive silver-gray cloth tape, used in plumbing, household repairs, etc.
a type of strong waterproof adhesive silver-coloured cloth tape used for repairs by plumbers, electricians, etc

by 1943; see duct (here in the electrical wiring sense) + tape.


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