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Tannic acid n. Natural yellowish organic compound used as a mordant and astringent.Tap1 �n. 1 device by which a flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or vessel can be controlled. 2 tapping of a telephone etc. 3 taproom. �v. (-pp-) 1 provide (a cask) or let out (liquid) with a tap. 2 draw sap from (a tree) by cutting into it. 3 obtain information or supplies from. 4 extract or obtain; discover and exploit (mineral wealth waiting to be tapped; tap skills of young people). 5 connect a listening device to (a telephone etc.).  on tap 1 ready to be drawn off by tap. 2 colloq. Freely available. [old english] ترجمه فارسی به ترکی Tapioca n. Starchy substance in hard white grains, obtained from cassava and used for puddings etc. [tupi-guarani]Spark �n. 1 fiery particle thrown from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by a flint, match, etc. 2 (often foll. By of) small amount (spark of interest). 3 a flash of light between electric conductors etc. B this serving to ignite the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine. 4 a flash of wit etc. B (also bright spark) witty or lively person. �v. 1 emit a spark or sparks. 2 (often foll. By off) stir into activity; initiate.  sparky adj. [old english]Tare1 n. 1 vetch, esp. As a cornfield weed or fodder. 2 (in pl.) Bibl. An injurious cornfield weed (matt. 13:24-30). [origin unknown]Spat1 past and past part. Of *spit1.Spanking �adj. 1 brisk. 2 colloq. Striking; excellent. �adv. Colloq. Very (spanking new). �n. Slapping on the buttocks.Tap1 �n. 1 device by which a flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or vessel can be controlled. 2 tapping of a telephone etc. 3 taproom. �v. (-pp-) 1 provide (a cask) or let out (liquid) with a tap. 2 draw sap from (a tree) by cutting into it. 3 obtain information or supplies from. 4 extract or obtain; discover and exploit (mineral wealth waiting to be tapped; tap skills of young people). 5 connect a listening device to (a telephone etc.).  on tap 1 ready to be drawn off by tap. 2 colloq. Freely available. [old english]Spark �n. 1 fiery particle thrown from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by a flint, match, etc. 2 (often foll. By of) small amount (spark of interest). 3 a flash of light between electric conductors etc. B this serving to ignite the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine. 4 a flash of wit etc. B (also bright spark) witty or lively person. �v. 1 emit a spark or sparks. 2 (often foll. By off) stir into activity; initiate.  sparky adj. [old english]Tare1 n. 1 vetch, esp. As a cornfield weed or fodder. 2 (in pl.) Bibl. An injurious cornfield weed (matt. 13:24-30). [origin unknown]




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