Definition of Tapes

1. Noun. (plural of tape) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tapes

1. tape [v] - See also: tape

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tapes

taper off
taper pin
tapered
tapered bougie
taperer
taperers
tapering
tapering off
taperingly
taperings
taperlike
taperness
tapers
taperstick
tapersticks
tapes (current term)
tapescript
tapescripts
tapespondent
tapespondents
tapesponding
tapestried
tapestries
tapestry moth
tapestrying
tapestrylike
tapet
tapeta
tapeta lucida

Literary usage of Tapes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"The 50 ami ix-ft tapes arc usually thin steel ribbons; the longer tapes are thicker and ... Some 300 or зоо-ft tapes arc made 201 ft or 301 ft long, ..."

2. Proceedings by American Society of Civil Engineers (1907)
"determined with the invar tapes. Column 19 gives the residuals for the various measures of the sections, not combining the invar and steel results. ..."

3. Plane Surveying: A Text-book and Pocket Manual by John Clayton Tracy (1907)
"Chains and tapes, (a) CHAINS. Each link of a Surveyor's chain is made of iron ... Metallic tapes are somewhat better, but they are affected by moisture and ..."

4. Geodetic Surveying and the Adjustment of Observations (method of Least Squares) by Edward Lovering Ingram (1911)
"Invar tapes. By alloying steel with about 35 per cent of nickel a material is produced ... tapes made of invar have proven extremely satisfactory for ..."

5. Geodetic Surveying and the Adjustment of Observations (method of Least Squares) by Edward Lovering Ingram (1911)
"Invar tapes. By alloying steel with about 35 per cent of nickel a material is produced possessing an exceedingly small coefficient of expansion, ..."

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