raps is the plural form of rap.
rap
noun
1. (music) 
a. el rap (M) 
I like how this band combines rap, funk, and jazz.Me gusta el modo en que esta banda mezcla el rap, el funk y el jazz.
2. (act of knocking) 
a. el golpe (M) 
The rap on the door told me that they had arrived.El golpe en la puerta me indicó que habían llegado.
3. (colloquial) (charge) (United States) 
a. la acusación (F) 
The rap of theft had given him a bad reputation.La acusación de robo le había dado mala fama.
4. (colloquial) (talk) (United States) 
a. la cháchara (F) (colloquial) 
It was just the normal rap you'd hear between coworkers on a break.Era la cháchara habitual que se oiría entre compañeros de trabajo durante un descanso.
intransitive verb
5. (to knock) 
a. llamar 
What's going on? I've been rapping on the door for 20 minutes!¿Pero qué pasa? ¡Llevo 20 minutos llamando a la puerta!
6. (music) 
a. rapear 
Residente writes lyrics and raps for the group, and his brother produces the music.Residente escribe las letras y rapea en el grupo, y su hermano produce la música.
7. (colloquial) (to talk) (United States) 
a. charlar 
We stood there rapping for a few minutes while we waited for the train.Nos quedamos allí charlando unos minutos mientras esperábamos el tren.
b. cotorrear (colloquial) 
Let's go! Get to work! Don't just stand there rapping all day.¡Vamos! ¡A trabajar! No se queden ahí cotorreando todo el día.
transitive verb
8. (to hit) 
a. dar un golpe 
He came up from behind and rapped me on the head with a stick.Vino por detrás y me dio un golpe en la cabeza con un palo.
rap
Noun
1. (sharp blow) 
a. el golpe (M) 
2. (fig) 
to give somebody a rap over the knucklesechar un rapapolvo, un buen regaño, un buen reto a alguien
3. (colloquial) 
to take the rap for somethingpagar el pato por algo
4. (music) 
a. el rap (M) 
transitive verb
5. (strike) 
a. dar un golpe a 
6. (fig) 
to rap somebody's knuckles, to rap somebody over the knucklesechar un rapapolvo, un buen regaño, un buen reto a alguien
intransitive verb
7. (chat) (United States) 
a. charlar 
b. platicar () 
rap [ræp]
noun
1 golpecito (m); golpe (m) seco
there was a rap at the door llamaron (suavemente) a la puerta; to give sb a rap on or over the knuckles dar a algn en los nudillos; echar un rapapolvo a algn
a rap on over the knuckles The remark earned him a rap on the knuckles Britain gave them a diplomatic rap over the knuckles
2 (blame)
to take the rap pagar los platos rotos (informal); to take the rap for sth cargar con la culpa de algo
3 especially (US) (charge) acusación (f)
murder rap acusación (f) de homicidio; to beat the rap (lograr) ser absuelto
4 (Mús) rap (m)
5 especially (US)
to have a rap with sb charlar con algn
Greg was in the kitchen, having a rap with Sara The rap against Conn was that he was far too reckless The rap on this guy is that he doesn't really care He said statisticians gave them a bad rap by "lying with figures'
transitive verb
golpetear; dar un golpecito en
to rap sb's knuckles rap sb on the knuckles dar a algn en los nudillos; echar un rapapolvo a algn
intransitive verb
1 (knock)
to rap at the door llamar a la puerta
2 (US) (chat) charlar
3 (Mús) hacer rap
raps is the plural form of rap.
rap
masculine noun
1. (music) 
a. rap 
Esta banda incorpora muchos ritmos latinoamericanos al rap y al rock.This band incorporates a lot of Latin American rhythms with rap and rock.
rap
Noun
1. (music) 
a. rap 
rap
rap; rap music
hacer rap to rap
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