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(of a person) To catch or apprehend
“After months of pursuit, detectives would finally capture their fugitive.”
To be put in a state of confinement or imprisonment
“Richard then made the mistake of an arrogant man and attempted an uprising, hoping to capture the king and make him see sense.”
To take possession of something, especially forcibly
“The objective is to capture the enemy's outposts and to clear the way for our assaulting columns.”
(of an object) To come into possession of, especially through effort
“Our team would capture the trophy for landing the largest fish.”
(of land) To occupy or take control of, especially through force
“Forces would capture the small town after some resistance by the local army.”
To epitomize or report something, especially by expressing it as a brief summary
“Today's news capture the mood of the nation.”
To engross or hold the attention of
“Her inspirational story would capture the imagination of the entire country.”
Plural for the action of capturing or of being captured
“The announcement of his capture was treated cautiously by military officials.”
(usually of a person) Plural for one who is imprisoned or otherwise confined
“Jaime Lannister was the most valuable capture ever taken by Catelyn Stark.”
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