Definition of 'cap'
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He does not entertain the concept of handing out easy caps. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One was designed to cap forecast welfare spending. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have to be very sure that the caps we set are consistent with what our economy needs. Computing (2010)Imagine a mushroom cap, it looks like that. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And he said the 450,000 cap would still put them out of reach for many young people. The Sun (2017)That was his 27th cap but his first goal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What is a serious threat to our democracy is massive overspending by parties taking advantage of apparent uncertainty over national and local spending caps. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Santa, below Hard hat or tweed cap? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I know you won't like this, but put your thinking cap on. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Trim the brown cap mushrooms and thickly slice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Would a salary cap on players help? The Sun (2008)How is a budget cap going to be policed? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Savers who exceed the annual or lifetime caps could face punitive tax charges. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They all came in their caps for the game. The Sun (2009)The banks that must now go cap in hand to taxpayers have been spectacularly mismanaged. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Shampoo and rinse as normal before pouring a bottle cap amount of vinegar all over. The Sun (2014)This puts a cap on the exit price that investors realistically can expect to receive. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He goes to a minor boarding school and wears a rainbow cap and uniform. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We got our funding but other departments had their spending capped. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was also good to get some new guys their first caps. The Sun (2006)Fill the mushroom caps with this mixture and sprinkle with chopped basil. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Set a cap on your lifestyle. Christianity Today (2000)The cap will be set each year at the Budget for four years. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A fault means parts of the cap seal could end up in the liquid - causing a choking hazard. The Sun (2013)It's the banners, the flags and the team caps. The Sun (2015)She said: 'I am looking forward to wearing the cap and gown. The Sun (2014)And to cap things off, I am not alert to their emotional needs. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)
Trends of 'cap'
In Common Usage. cap is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cap'
British English: cap /kæp/ NOUN
A cap is a soft flat hat usually worn by men or boys.
...a dark-blue baseball cap.
- American English: cap
- Arabic: قُبَّعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: boné
- Chinese: 帽子
- Croatian: kapa
- Czech: čapka
- Danish: kasket
- Dutch: hoofddeksel
- European Spanish: gorra
- Finnish: lakki
- French: casquette
- German: Mütze
- Greek: κασκέτο
- Italian: berretto
- Japanese: 縁なし帽子
- Korean: 모자
- Norwegian: skyggelue
- Polish: czapka
- European Portuguese: boné
- Romanian: șapcă
- Russian: кепка
- Spanish: gorra
- Swedish: keps
- Thai: หมวกที่มีกระบังหน้า
- Turkish: kep
- Ukrainian: кепка
- Vietnamese: mũ lưỡi trai
Definition of cap from the Collins English Dictionary
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