Origin of tapa1
Words nearby tapa
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Origin of tapa2
How to use tapa in a sentence
Having met me in Spain for IAP, the students begin the Spanish Incubator—my crash course on 20th-century Spanish literature, history, and culture—with a dinner of tapas followed by the annual Three Kings Parade.
Adib Khan, the principal of Ghulam Nabi Charkhi school in Tapa e Nader Khan, gives his own wages to keep his school going.
In out-of-the-way parts the “sulus” are still made of “tapa” cloth, and the women sometimes wear small fibrous aprons.
I immediately went behind a “tapa” screen where the “Buli” slept, and began to get into dry clothes.
They then unwound the “tapa” from their bodies and threw it in a heap on the ground, following this by more manœuvres.
Then the old man unwound the “tapa” around him and threw it on the mats, as did others.
Then off came the “tapa” from around them, and the heap was made still larger.