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Noun
Projectiles shot from a gun at high speed
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A letter of the size and form used to begin sentences and names
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Plural for a covering worn on the head
“Phil sat on the stool, talking into the telephone, wearing a leather cap with ear-flaps.”
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Plural for a protective lid, cover or stopper for an object
“Someone cleared their throat, and Artemesia straightened up, snapping the lens cap onto the camera.”
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Plural for an upper limit imposed on spending or borrowing
“The EU has set a cap of 7% on the final consumption of biofuels produced from agricultural crops.”
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Plural for an academic mortar board
“Success in that final exam ensures that their dream of being a university graduate clad in a cap and gown is within grasp.”
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(slang) Plural for a small medicinal tablet, usually taken orally
“I ingested a cap of 30 mg but felt nothing.”
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Plural for the top or highest point of a hill, mountain or structure
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Plural for a foolish or conceited person
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Plural for any mechanical seal that serves to fill the space between two objects, generally to prevent leakage between the two objects while under compression
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Plural for toilet
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Plural for raised cover for a pickup truck
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Plural for a covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face
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Mortarboards or hawks
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Plural for a cap that is not elasticated or adjustable at the back
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Plural for a decorative covering or ornament worn on the head
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Plural for the fact of being a member of a group
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Plural for a character representing one or more of the sounds used in speech; any of the symbols of an alphabet
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Plural for something that encloses another thing, especially to protect it
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Plural for a leader or person in authority
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Plural for the tip or furthermost part of something
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Plural for a stiff brim at the front of a cap
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To form a covering layer or topmost part of
“Lee planned to cap the structure with a loose stone revetment one and a half to two feet thick.”
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To confine or keep within certain limits or boundaries
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“He said he hoped the government's measure to cap fuel prices should not last too long because it could have repercussions in the long run.”
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To provide a fitting conclusion or climax to
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“The cruise included a casual ride around Skidaway Island, companionship, food and drink, and a magnificent sunset to cap a great event.”
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To outdo or surpass a performance
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“Then we both started inventing stories about the places we passed, trying to cap each other's absurdities.”
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(sports) To be selected to play for a sports team, especially a national one
“He was capped 67 times by his country, and if he signs will become Keegan's eighth new face at the club since he took over the reins.”
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To restrain or to keep in check
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To envelop completely and hide from view
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To make (someone) feel annoyed or upset
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To beat in a competition of wits
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Come to a climax
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To finalize or authorize
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Insult
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To place something over or upon, as to conceal or protect
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To bring or come to an end
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Defeat heavily in a contest
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To block or clog up a space or opening
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