tapar

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Catalan[edit]

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tapar (first-person singular present tapo, past participle tapat)

  1. to cork (a bottle, etc.)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Noun[edit]

tapar m (definite singular taparen, indefinite plural taparar, definite plural taparane)

  1. loser (person who fails to win)
  2. loser (someone who loses in a specified manner)
    Han var ein god tapar.
    He was a good loser.
  3. loser (person of unhappy circumstances)
  4. loser (insult)

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  • (person who fails to win) vinnar

Verb[edit]

tapar

  1. present tense of tapa and tape

Occitan[edit]

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tapar

  1. to cork (a bottle, etc.)

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Portuguese[edit]

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tapar (first-person singular present indicative tapo, past participle tapado)

  1. (transitive) to close something with a lid or obstruction
  2. (transitive) to cover something so it can’t bee seen

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Spanish[edit]

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tapar (first-person singular present tapo, first-person singular preterite tapé, past participle tapado)

  1. to cover

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