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electrical tape

[i′lek·trə·kəl ‚tāp]
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friction tape

A fibrous tape which is impregnated with a sticky moisture-resistant compound; used in electric wiring as a protective covering for insulation.
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* Use electrical tape to attach the other ends of the wire to the positive and negative ends of the battery.
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