- v. present participle of capitalize.
“Granting that no one has ever been thrown out of office for underestimating the attention span of the American people, filibustering a jobs bill at a time of 10% (official) unemployment seems like a really bad idea for Republicans interested in capitalizing on their apparent political momentum.”
“I was too caught up in capitalizing all my letters to notice my mistake.”
“I definitely see the logic in capitalizing while the iron is hot, getting a couple of movies under your belt, if the studios are willing to finance projects you feel good about.”
““Advertising is weak across the media landscape, but MTV is continuing to be resourceful in capitalizing on a political campaign,” he said, adding that the company is “making a sharp decision to take the dollars while they were available.””
“` ` Tonight we were very effective in capitalizing on their mistakes.”
“For the second straight game, the offense fared best in capitalizing on mistakes by the opposing team.”
“While Democrats have scored many of the high-profile campaign successes on the Web, Republicans say they are not far behind in capitalizing on the Internet's potential.”
“So if you ever need scientific expertise to realize your phytoremediating woodland housing project or need help in capitalizing on your discovery of uranium-eating microbes and bomb-eating mushrooms, give Edenspace a call.”
“So these cities begin capitalizing on the only thing left that might bring in money -- tourism.”
“Reaves three times and recovered three fumbles, again capitalizing on a mistake-prone foe.”
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