tap

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Englisch - Türkisch
musluk

Boston'daki insanlar musluk suyu içiyorlar mı? - Do people in Boston drink tap water?

Çoğu Japon, suyu musluktan içer. - Most Japanese drink water from the tap.

{i} tıkırtı

Kapıda bir tıkırtı vardı. - There was a tap at the door.

kılavuzla vida yuvası açmak
{i} tıklatma
{i} hafif vuruş
{i} pıtırtı
tıkaç
(alısün konuşmalarını) gizli bağlantı kurarak dinlemek
tapa ya da musluğu açmak
tapa

Tapas tipik bir İspanyol yemeğidir. - Tapas are a typical Spanish dish.

Tapas İspanyol mezeleridir. - Tapas are Spanish appetizers.

hafifçe vurmak
kullanmak
delip ya da kesip içindeki sıvıyı çekmek
Gizlice dinlemek
Bir telefonu gizlice dinlemek

I will arrange Halil's telephones to be tapped.

(Teknoloji) Telefon dinleme cihazı

The police had put a tap on his phone line.

meyhane
(Mühendislik) klavuz
pençe, ayakkabı demiri
pençe vurmak (ayakkabı)
delip sıvıyı akıtmak
kaçak veya gizli bağlantı kurmak
tıkırtı,tıpırtı
tıkırdatmak
fıçıdan alınmış içki
kılavuz, burgu
fıçı tapası
elektrik bağlantısı
bağlantı kurmak, bağlamak. 1
(Askeri) kıt'a nakliye gemisi, asker nakleden gemi (troopship)
{f} para sızdırmak
{i} bağlantı [elek.]
{i} çeşme

Çeşmeden su içmeye alışık değilim. - I'm not used to drinking water from the tap.

Genellikle maden suyu çeşme suyundan pahalıdır. - Generally, mineral water is more expensive than tap water.

{f} (bir şeyi) delerek içindeki sıvıyı akıtmak
{f} musluk takmak
{f} kaçak hat çekmek
{f} o_h.kullan+e.yükle
gizli bağlantı kurar
{i} kademe
{f} step dansı yapmak
{f} tıklatmak
{f} fıçının tapasını çekerek (içindeki sıvıyı) akıtmak
bağlantı kurmak
{f} bağlantı kurmak [elek.]
bağlamak
{f} tıpa takmak
{f} kademele
(Tıp) Vücutta su toplanan yerden suyu çekmek
{i} yat borusu
{f} musluğu açmak
{i} pençe (ayakkabı)
{i} bar
{f} suyunu akıtmak
{f} hafifçe dokunmak
{i} vücutta biriken suyu alma
{f} -i
{i} fıçı (içki)
{i} fıçıdan doldurulmuş içki
yüklemek
(Tıp) kapatmak
hafif

Birisi omuzuma hafifçe vurdu. - Someone tapped me on the shoulder.

Tom birinin hafifçe omuzuna dokunduğunu hissetti. - Tom felt someone tap him on the shoulder.

priz

Elektrik prizden su musluktan geliyor. - Electricity comes from the wall socket, and water from the tap.

(Spor) topu tipleme
akmak
musluklu
diş açmak
vida çekmek
bağlantı
pençe
tapping
hafifçe vurma
tap into
istifade etmek
tap shoes
Tap dansı için üretilen alt kısmı metal pençeli ayakkabı
tap bolt
saplama
tap bolt
pim
tap borer
zıvana matkabı
tap center
orta uç
tap dance
step dans

Genç bir kızken step dansı yapmayı öğrendim. - I learned to tap dance when I was a young girl.

Kendime step dansı yapmayı öğretiyorum. - I'm teaching myself to tap dance.

tap dance
{f} step dansı yap

Genç bir kızken step dansı yapmayı öğrendim. - I learned to tap dance when I was a young girl.

Kendime step dansı yapmayı öğretiyorum. - I'm teaching myself to tap dance.

tap dancer
step dansçısı
tap dancing
step dansı
tap on
hafifçe vur
tap root
kazıkkök
tap water
musluk suyu

Musluk suyu içmesen iyi olur. - You'd better not drink the tap water.

Musluk suyun çok sert. Bir yumuşatma cihazı al. - Your tap water is too hard. Get a water softener.

tap wrench
musluk anahtarı
tap changer
(Elektrik, Elektronik) kademe değiştirici
tap dance
step dansı

Step dansını gerçekten oldukça iyi oynuyorsun. - You really do play tap dance quite well.

Kendime step dansı yapmayı öğretiyorum. - I'm teaching myself to tap dance.

tap holder
tutucu dokunun
tap hole
(Mühendislik) klavuz deliği
tap in
simgesine dokunun
tap into
Girmek, giriş yapmak, bağlantı oluşturmak

The company is hoping to TAP INTO the Chinese market.

tap off
musluğunu
tap out
(Kavga, güreş vs.) Pes etmek
tap room
oda dokunun
tap so. for st.
dokunun böylece. st için
tap tap
dokunun dokunun
tap the wires
teller dokunun
tap water
çeşme suyu

Kimi zaman çeşme suyu şişe suyundan daha temizdir. - Tap water is sometimes cleaner than bottled water.

Genellikle maden suyu çeşme suyundan pahalıdır. - Generally, mineral water is more expensive than tap water.

taper tap
konik kılavuz
tap and die
kılavuz ve pafta
tap dance
{f} ayaklarını yere vurarak dans etme
tap dancer
stepçi
tap density
(Nükleer Bilimler) doldurma yoğunluğu
tap root
kazık kök
taper tap
konik tapa
tapping
tıklatma
tapping
vida dişi çekme
bridge tap
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) hat çıkması
bridge tap
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) aldı
bridge tap
(Bilgisayar) hat prizi
plug tap
musluk tapası
restriction tap
kapatma
restriction tap
kısma musluğu
screw tap
(Tıp) taraud
tap into
faydalanmak
tapped
dişli
tapped
yivli
tapped
diş çekilmiş
tapped
kılavuzlu
tapping
pıtırtı
tapping
(Çevre) reçine alma
tapping
kılavuz çekme
tapping
diş çekme
tapping
vida açmak
tapping
(Mekanik) kılavuzla dış açma
tapping
tıklama
tapping
diş açma
on tap
(bira) fıçıdan
on tap
hazır
screw tap
vida kılavuzu
tapped
{f} kademele
Taps
tapsi
hand tap
el dokunun
have on tap
dokunun var
hook-shank tap
kanca sap dokunun
mixer tap
mikser dokunun
rudder trim tap
istikamet dümen fletneri
spinal tap
spinal dokunun
tapped
yüklenmiş
tapping
(Mühendislik) kılavuz çekme, kılavuzla diş açma
the tap
musluk
threading tap
Kılavuz: Somun veya boru içine yiv açmakta kullanılan araç
to tap into
içine musluğa
turn on the tap
musluğu açmak
water tap
musluk suyu
wire tap
telefon dinlemek
ball tap
bilyeli musluk
be on tap
k.dili. hazır bulunmak
be on tap
(bira) fıçıdan alınıp satılmak
bridge tap
hat cikmasi, priz, aldi
coil tap
(Muzik) yamalı elektromanyetik sarmal
drain tap
(Otomotiv) boşaltma rakoru
honey tap
(Arılık) bal valfi
master tap
ana vida kılavuzu
on tap
(deyim) hazir
pipe tap
(İnşaat) boru kılavuzu
pipe tap
(İnşaat) boru paftası
positioning tap
yerleştirme musluğu
pressure tap
(İnşaat) basınç tıpası
screw tap
vidalanan tapa
screw tap
(fiil)dalanan tapa
tapped
{s} dağılmış [elek.]
tapped
{f} kademele: adj.kademelenmiş
tapped
(sıfat) dağılmış [elek.]
tapped
dağılmış
tapped
{f} yükle: adj.yüklenmiş
tapper
hafifçe vuran kimse veya şey
tapper
maniple
tapping
musluktan alınan şey
tapping
dağılma [elek.]
tapping
(Tıp) Aspirasyon
tapping
dağılma
taps
yat borusu
taps
i., çoğ., ask. yat borusu
taps
(Askeri) CENAZE SAYGI BORUSU: Cenaze merasimlerinde son saygı nişanesi olarak çalınan boru işareti
turn off the tap
çeşmeyi kapatmak
turn off the tap
çeşmeyi kapamak
turn off the tap
suyu kapamak
turn on the tap
suyu kapatmak
turn on the tap
suyu açmak
wire tap
hattı dinlemek
Englisch - Englisch
think aloud protocol
talk aloud protocol
To draw off liquid from a vessel

He tapped a new barrel of beer.

To submit to an opponent by tapping hand hand repeatedly
Device used to listen in secretly on telephone calls
To have sexual intercourse with

I would tap that hot girl over there. or, more informally, I'd tap that.

To intercept a communication without authority

He was known to tap cable television.

To force a submission in combat sports
To touch one's finger, foot, or other body parts on a surface (usually) repeatedly

She tapped her companion on the back to indicate that she was ready to go.

To place a listening or recording device on a telephone or wired connection

They can't tap the phone without a warrant.

To designate for some duty or for membership, as in 'a tap on the shoulder'
A repeated touching of one's hands, foot or other body part

When Steve felt a tap on his shoulder, he turned around.

To make a sharp noise

The tree, swaying in the breeze, began to tap on the window pane.

To strike lightly
A tapering cylindrical pin or peg used to stop the vent in a cask; a spigot
A device used to cut an internal screw thread. (External screw threads are cut with a die.)

We drilled a hole and then cut the threads with the proper tap to match the valve's thread.

To cut an internal screw thread

Tap an M3 thread all the way through the hole.

To furnish with taps
An interception of communication with authority
A device used to dispense liquids

We don't have bottled water, you'll have to get it from the tap.

A connection made to an electrical or fluid conductor without breaking it

The system was barely keeping pressure due to all of the ill advised taps along its length.

{v} to touch softly, pierce, broach, open
{n} a rap, gentle blow, noise, small pipe, run
wiretap: tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information; "The FBI was tapping the phone line of the suspected spy"; "Is this hotel room bugged?"
wiretap: the act of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to get information
pat: the sound made by a gentle blow
A faucet or hydrant that draws water from a supply line
tapdance: dance and make rhythmic clicking sounds by means of metal plates nailed to the sole of the dance shoes; "Glover tapdances better than anybody"
A connection brought out of the winding at some point between its extremities, usually to permit changing the voltage or current ratio
If you tap a resource or situation, you make use of it by getting from it something that you need or want. He owes his election to having tapped deep public disillusion with professional politicians The company is tapping shareholders for £15.8 million The Campbell Soup Company says it will try to tap into Japan's rice market
{i} light blow, gentle knock, rap; faucet, device which regulates the flow of a liquid through a pipe; stopper, plug; removal of bodily fluid (Medicine); connection in an electrical circuit; wiretap; tool which cuts an internal screw thread
walk with a tapping sound make light, repeated taps on a surface; "he was tapping his fingers on the table impatiently"
A signal, by drum or trumpet, for extinguishing all lights in soldiers' quarters and retiring to bed, usually given about a quarter of an hour after tattoo
rap: a gentle blow
A connection between conductors or between a conductor and certain equipment such as transformers BACK TO TOP
Acronym: Test Access Port ( pronounced "tap") Part of the JTAG standard, the TAP is a 4 (or optionally 5) pin port to enable boundary scan
On Ethernet 10Base5 thick coaxial cable, a tap is a method of connecting a transceiver to the cable by drilling a hole in the cable, inserting a contact to the center conductor, and clamping the transceiver onto the cable at the tap
walk with a tapping sound
A tap is a device that controls the flow of a liquid or gas from a pipe or container, for example on a sink. She turned on the taps. a cold-water tap
make light, repeated taps on a surface; "he was tapping his fingers on the table impatiently"
furnish with a tap or spout, so as to be able to draw liquid from it; "tap a cask of wine"
If something is on tap, you can have as much of it as you want whenever you want. The advantage of group holidays is company on tap but time alone if you want it
a gentle blow
To draw, or cause to flow, by piercing
To access a resource or object
A point on the network backbone where other devices can be attached If the network is thought of as a freeway, the taps on the network are the on and off ramps to the freeway (and like freeway access ramps, taps are usually where network problems occur) Taps may be of several types, including simple "T" connectors or "Vampire" taps that attach directly to a network cable
dance and make rhythmic clicking sounds by means of metal plates nailed to the sole of the dance shoes; "Glover tapdances better than anybody"
To put a new sole or heel on; as, to tap shoes
A piece of leather fastened upon the bottom of a boot or shoe in repairing or renewing the sole or heel
draw from or dip into to get something; "tap one's memory"; "tap a source of money"
Liquor drawn through a tap; hence, a certain kind or quality of liquor; as, a liquor of the same tap
A place where liquor is drawn for drinking; a taproom; a bar
water faucet: a faucet for drawing water from a pipe or cask
pierce in order to draw a liquid from; "tap a maple tree for its syrup"; "tap a keg of beer"
make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently; "Henry IV solicited the Pope for a divorce"; "My neighbor keeps soliciting money for different charities"
Hence, to draw from (anything) in any analogous way; as, to tap telegraph wires for the purpose of intercepting information; to tap the treasury
tap a telephone or telegraph wire to get information; "The FBI was tapping the phone line of the suspected spy"; "Is this hotel room bugged?"
A connection in a coil of a transformer
Telecommunications Assistance Program (DVR/Hearing Impaired)
furnish with a tap or spout, so as to be able to draw liquid from it; "tap a cask of wine
solicit: make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently; "Henry IV solicited the Pope for a divorce"; "My neighbor keeps soliciting money for different charities"
A hole or pipe through which liquor is drawn
Transgenic Animal Programme, AFRC
{f} strike gently, rap lightly; furnish with a tap; pierce in order to release a fluid; wiretap; cut screw threads into an object
To form an internal screw in (anything) by means of a tool called a tap; as, to tap a nut
the act of tapping a telephone or telegraph line to get information
(1) An electrical connection permitting signals to be transmitted onto or off a bus; (2) the link between the bus and the drop cable that connects the workstation to the bus; and (3) a device used on CATV cables for matching impedance or connecting subscriber drops
Anther term for faucets Also refers to the process of diverting the flow of water to another fitting
Typically a dynamic motion used to generate momentum The term is most often used on swinging events to describe the kick used to generate the required speed and rotation for a skill
(n or v) The machine tool used to make threads in holes A drill bit (the tap drill), approximately equal to the diameter of the crest, is used to make a hole in metal before tapping an internal thread The term is also used to describe the process of creating the threads
tap dance
A rhythmic dance in which the heels and toes of the dancer's shoes make a series of clicks
tap drill
The drill that is the correct size to produce the hole for a certain size of tap

The tap drill for a ½-13 UNC tap is either a 0.421 or a 0.437 drill, depending on desired percentage of thread.

tap in
A simple, short putt very close to the hole
tap into
To access a resource or object

When he ran out of money, he decided to tap into his trust fund.

tap into
To establish a connection with something, especially in order to take advantage of something
tap out
To submit to an opponent by tapping one's hand repeatedly either on the arena or the opponent's body
tap up
to make an approach to a player, under contract to another club, in order to attempt to negotiate a transfer
tap water
Water that has come from a tap
tap-dance
To perform a tap dance
tap-dancer
A dancer who performs a tap dance
tap into
Make a strong or advantageous connection with

We're trying to tap into a new market.

tap out
Beat out a rhythm, thump out, beat out
tap dance
Style of American theatrical dance using precise rhythmical patterns of foot movement and audible foot tapping. It is derived from the traditional clog dance of northern England, the jigs and reels of Ireland and Scotland, and the rhythmic foot stamping of African dances. Popular in 19th-century minstrel shows, versions such as "buck-and-wing" (danced vigorously in wooden-soled shoes) and "soft-shoe" (danced smoothly in soft-soled shoes) developed as separate techniques; by 1925 they had merged, and metal taps were attached to shoe heels and toes to produce a more pronounced sound. The dance was also popular in variety shows and early musicals
tap dance
{f} perform a dance in which a rhythm is created by small metal plates attached to the soles of the shoes
tap dance
perform a tap dance
tap dance
a dance step tapped out audibly with the feet
tap dancer
A tap dancer is a dancer who does tap dancing
tap dancer
(Slang) person who avoids danger by shrewd and dishonest actions and luck
tap dancer
a dancer who who sounds out rhythms by using metal taps on the toes and heels of the shoes
tap dancing
Tap dancing is a style of dancing in which the dancers wear special shoes with pieces of metal on the heels and toes. The shoes make loud sharp sounds as the dancers move their feet. dancing in which you wear shoes with pieces of metal on the bottom, which make a sound as you move dance dancer
tap dancing
a dance step tapped out audibly with the feet
tap house
A tavern or bar
tap out
beat out a rhythm
tap shoe
shoe with a very hard sole or a sole fitted with metal plates (for use in tap dancing)
tap water
drinking water monitored (and often filtered) for protection against contamination and available for public consumption from sources within the home
tap water
Tap water is the water that comes out of a tap in a building such as a house or a hotel. Water drawn directly from a tap or faucet. water that comes out of a tap rather than a bottle
tap water
water directly from the spigot
tap water
Water withdrawn directly from a tap or faucet
tap wrench
a wrench for turning a tap to create an internal screw thread
tap-off
the act of starting a basketball game with a jump ball
cold tap
The tap (of a pair) that produces cold water (the other being the hot tap)
doolally tap
camp fever
doolally tap
madness, eccentricity
double tap
A tactical shooting technique of pulling the trigger of a weapon twice in quick succession to deliver two shots to the same target zone
hot tap
The tap (of a pair) that produces hot water (the other being the cold tap)
on tap
Readily available; ready for use
on tap
On an agenda, planned, expected
on tap
Available directly from the barrel by way of a tap
on the tap
Begging, making requests for loans
power tap
A multi-socket plug that can be used to channel electricity from a single socket
relocatable power tap
A multi-socket power cord that can be used to channel electricity from a single socket
spinal tap
: A diagnostic and at times therapeutic procedure performed to collect a sample of cerebrospinal fluid for biochemical, microbiological, and cytological analysis, or rarely to relieve increased intracranial pressure
tapper
A tap-dancer
tapper
In early wireless telegraphs, a device used to shake loose the filings of a coherer
tapping
A guitar technique in which the strings are tapped against the fingerboard
tapping
An act of making a light hit or strike against something

As he was speaking there was a soft tapping at the door. I went over and opened it.

tapping
Present participle of tap
taps
plural form of tap
taps
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tap
taps
A particular song played at the end of the day, and at military funerals
technical tap
A tap or a slap on a device in a way to either make it work correctly again, or break it completely. For example, hitting a TV to get its reception back, or hitting a jukebox back to life
water tap
A spout connected to a socket to provide water from the main water supply
wrap it before you tap it
wear a condom before sexual intercourse
on tap
1. Lit. having to do with beer served from a barrel or keg.2. Fig. immediately available
tapped
In a condition for letting out liquid drawn out as by piercing or drawing a plug; "latex from tapped rubber trees"; (similar) abroach, broached
Spinal Tap
{i} British heavy metal band
mixer tap
a tap which both hot and cold water come through together
on tap
(of liquids) available by turning a tap; "ale on tap"; "hot and cold running water on tap"
on tap
available for immediate use; "extra personnel on tap"; "other sports and entertainment facilities are on tap"; "there are numerous projects on tap"
on tap(p)
available for immediate use; "extra personnel on tap"; "other sports and entertainment facilities are on tap"; "there are numerous projects on tap"
on tap(p)
(of liquids) available by turning a tap; "ale on tap"; "hot and cold running water on tap
screw-tap
tool that bored the ridges on the interior of a screw
spinal tap
{i} procedure in which fluid is removed from the lower region of the spinal cord for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes (Medicine)
spinal tap
A medical procedure where spinal fluid is extracted from the lower back by inserting a needle between the vertebrae
spinal tap
removal of a small amount of a fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord of microscopic examination for cancer cells or other conditions
spinal tap
removal by centesis of fluid from the subarachnoid space of the lumbar region of the spinal cord for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
spinal tap
—Another term for a lumbar puncture
spinal tap
n Insertion of a needle between two lumbar vertebrae into the spinal cord in order to obtain a sample of cerebrospinal fluid for diagnosis or to introduce medication Also called lumbar puncture
spinal tap
A procedure in which a needle is inserted into the space surrounding the spinal cord in order to withdraw cerebrospinal fluid The cerebrospinal fluid is then analyzed in a laboratory for evidence of disease Also called a lumbar puncture
spinal tap
a diagnostic procedure in which a needle is inserted in the lower lumbar section of the vertebral canal to obtain a sample of cerebrospinal fluid
spinal tap
a special needle is placed into the lower back, into the spinal canal This is the area around the spinal cord The pressure in the spinal canal and brain can then be measured A small amount of cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) can be removed and sent for testing to determine if there is an infection or other problems CSF is the fluid that bathes your child's brain and spinal cord
tapped
in a condition for letting out liquid drawn out as by piercing or drawing a plug; "latex from tapped rubber trees
tapped
past of tap
tapper
One who taps
tapper
A tapster
tapper
a person who strikes a surface lightly and usually repeatedly; "finger tappers irritated her"
tapper
{i} person who removes sap from trees; person or thing that taps; wiretapper, eavesdropper
tapper
A phone tapper or wiretapper
tapper
a tavern keeper who taps kegs or casks
tapper
A telegraph key which makes a contact and breaks another in the same movement
tapper
someone who wiretaps a telephone or telegraph wire
tapper
The lesser spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopus minor); called also tapperer, tabberer, little wood pie, barred woodpecker, wood tapper, hickwall, and pump borer
tapper
a dancer who who sounds out rhythms by using metal taps on the toes and heels of the shoes
tapper
A part of the instrument used by signalmen which when depressed transmits coded bell signals to adjacent signal cabins
tapper
someone who wiretaps a telephone or telegraph wire a worker who uses a tap to cut screw threads a person who strikes a surface lightly and usually repeatedly; "finger tappers irritated her
tapper
a worker who uses a tap to cut screw threads
tapping
the sound of light blow or knock; "he heard the tapping of the man's cane
tapping
the sound of light blow or knock; "he heard the tapping of the man's cane"
tapping
The first step in sugaring, when 7/16" diameter holes are drilled about 2" deep into maple tree trunks Many old trees have been tapped in this way for 75 or more years
tapping
Term applied in medieval England to playing cymbala (bells) by striking with two mallets
tapping
Operation to create internal threads by either cutting or forming
tapping
screws with a head and threads in a cone shape
tapping
In Greek University organizations, tapping is the process of notifying new members of their acceptance into the organization, usually in a public ceremony
tapping
Transferring molten metal from melting furnace to ladle
taps
third-person singular of tap
taps
Telephone Application Processing System TECS -- Treasury Enforcement Communications System TFTP -- Trivial File Transfer Protocol (server) TIC -- The Interdiction Committee TIP -- Technology Infrastructure Project TPCR -- Transition Period Custody Rules TPFT-- Temporary Full-Time Employee TPPT -- Temporary Part-Time Employee TPS -- Temporary Protected Status TSC -- Texas Service Center (Irving) TRWOV -- Transit Without Visa
taps
Acronym for Tracor Acoustic Profiling System, a family of instruments developed by TRACOR to study the size and extent of populations of very small marine life by measuring the acoustic signals backscattered from them at frequencies in the MHz range The TAPS sensors can be lowered through the water column in cast mode, attached to net systems such as the MOCNESS, or deployed on a SeaSoar unit [http: //www aard tracor com/home/eco/MarEco html]
taps
Incoming plant voltage varies according to the distance from the substation and other factors Taps allow a distribution transformer to provide secondary voltage as close as possible to the desired operating voltage Taps are usually supplied on the primary winding to allow matching of the supply voltage to the voltage rating of the transformer connection A tap position above the nominal connection will lower the secondary output and vice-versa
taps
(military) signal to turn the lights out
taps
A song played at the end of the day, and at military funerals
taps
are used to make threads inside materials (inside diameter) which are to receive bolts or threaded pipes They can also be used to renew worn or stripped threads
taps
plural of tap
taps
A bugle call or drum signal sounded at night, as at a military camp, as an order to put out lights and also sounded at military funerals and memorial services
taps
Daytime or evening Taps are song to close a meeting or event
water tap
{i} faucet, spigot, device which controls the flow of liquid from a pipe
tap
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