tase

verb, often capitalized
\ ˈtāz How to pronounce tase (audio) \
tased; tasing

Definition of tase

transitive verb

: to shoot with a Taser gun

Examples of tase in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020 Amid screaming and rustling sounds, police officers smash the windows on her red Nissan, tase her twice, punch her in the face more than a dozen times and try to pull her out by her hair. Anchorage Daily News, "Fatal police shootings of mentally ill people are more likely to take place in small and midsized metro areas," 18 Oct. 2020

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First Known Use of tase

1991, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tase

back-formation from Taser

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Last Updated

29 Jan 2021

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“Tase.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tase. Accessed 4 Mar. 2021.

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