- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of capitalize.
“The title capitalizes on enhanced motion-sensing controllers for Nintendo Wii videogame consoles to let players virtually wield samurai swords in battles with vicious thugs who have overrun a fictional desert town.”
“While this purple beverage (reviewed here) merely contains valerian root, melatonin, rose hips and high-fructose corn syrup, its name capitalizes on "purple drank," an addictive cough syrup/soda cocktail popularized in hip-hop culture.”
“Template:: Recall capitalizes on this and helps to make projects code driven.”
“For the record, my last name capitalizes the D, so it’s DeCandido.”
“But it's equally satisfying to work on a project like "Speak American," a play we did last year at City Theatre that is about immigrants and really kind of capitalizes on the history of the community that we live in.”
“Respondent's use of Complainant's mark in the domain name capitalizes on the wide recognition of Complainant's mark in order to attract Internet users to Respondent's own website for Respondent's commercial gain. ”
“ de-regulate a monetary system that 'capitalizes' ....”
“So when programming comes along that captures and capitalizes on basically every shadow that we tend to repress, it's logical that we would collectively come to use that influence as a means of and parameter for expressing our own shadows.”
“Wilson Phillips capitalizes on great year with new TV Guide special”
“Zombie Culture capitalizes on how zombies have become the most popular moviemonster.”
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