a widening section of the Hudson River in SE New York, between Tarrytown and Nyack: bridged 1955. About 3 miles (5 km) wide.
verb (used with object), tapped, tapping. 1. to strike with a light but audible blow or blows; hit with repeated, slight blows: He tapped the door twice. 2. to make, put, etc., by tapping: to tap a nail into a wall. 3. to strike (the fingers, a foot, a pencil, etc.) upon or against something, […]
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adjective out of money or another resources, such as energy tap someone for something
noun 1. a person or thing that taps or strikes lightly. 2. a telegraph key. noun 1. a person or thing that taps, as trees for the sap or juice, a blast furnace, cask, or other container for their contents, etc. 2. a person who cuts screw threads into the surface of a circular opening, […]
noun, Machinery. 1. a sliding rod, intermittently struck by a cam, for moving another part, as a valve. noun 1. a mechanical part that reciprocates to receive or transmit intermittent motion, esp the part of an internal-combustion engine that transmits motion from the camshaft to the push rods or valves