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taper

  

      vb  
1    to become or cause to become narrower towards one end  
the spire tapers to a point     
2    often foll by: off   to become or cause to become smaller or less significant  
      n  
3    a thin candle  
4    a thin wooden or waxed strip for transferring a flame; spill  
5    a narrowing  
6      (Engineering)   (in conical parts) the amount of variation in the diameter per unit of length  
7    any feeble source of light  
     (Old English tapor, probably from Latin papyrus papyrus (from its use as a wick))  
  taperer      n  
  tapering      adj  
  taperingly      adv  


Morse taper  
      n   Trademark     (engineering)   a taper that is one of a standard series used in the shank of tools to fit a matching taper in the mandrel of a machine tool  
     (probably named after the Morse Twist Drill Co., Massachusetts, US)  
taper pin  
      n   a short round metal rod having a small amount of taper so that when driven into a hole it tightens on the taper so that it can act as a stop or wedge  
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tape  
      n  
1    a long thin strip, made of cotton, linen, etc., used for binding, fastening, etc.  
2    any long narrow strip of cellulose, paper, metal, etc., having similar uses  
3    a string stretched across the track at the end of a race course  
4      (Military, slang)     (chiefly Brit)      another word for       stripe   1       3  
5       See       magnetic tape       ticker tape       paper tape       tape recording  
      vb   mainly tr  
6    also intr     (Also)    tape-record   to record (speech, music, etc.)  
7    to furnish with tapes  
8    to bind, measure, secure, or wrap with tape  
9    usually passive     (Brit)  
informal   to take stock of (a person or situation); sum up  
he's got the job taped     
     (Old English tæppe; related to Old Frisian tapia to pull, Middle Dutch tapen to tear)  
  tapelike      adj  
   taper             n  


Morse taper  
      n   Trademark     (engineering)   a taper that is one of a standard series used in the shank of tools to fit a matching taper in the mandrel of a machine tool  
     (probably named after the Morse Twist Drill Co., Massachusetts, US)  
taper         
      vb  
1    to become or cause to become narrower towards one end  
the spire tapers to a point     
2    often foll by: off   to become or cause to become smaller or less significant  
      n  
3    a thin candle  
4    a thin wooden or waxed strip for transferring a flame; spill  
5    a narrowing  
6      (Engineering)   (in conical parts) the amount of variation in the diameter per unit of length  
7    any feeble source of light  
     (Old English tapor, probably from Latin papyrus papyrus (from its use as a wick))  
  taperer      n  
  tapering      adj  
  taperingly      adv  
taper pin  
      n   a short round metal rod having a small amount of taper so that when driven into a hole it tightens on the taper so that it can act as a stop or wedge  

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taper

  
1    come to a point, narrow, thin  
2      (with)       off   decrease, die away, die out, dwindle, fade, lessen, reduce, subside, thin out, wane, weaken, wind down  
  
Antonyms     
  
2    grow, increase, intensify, step up, strengthen, swell, widen  

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taper pin, Morse taper, tapper, tape

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