from The Century Dictionary.
- Having a cap; covered with a cap.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified kind
- adjective used especially of front teeth having (artificial) crowns
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The title capped a dramatic turnaround for the Celtics, who had the second-worst record in the NBA during the 2006-07 season.
Nolans 'brilliant 15th goal this term capped a splendid recovery that was resurgent Newcastle United in microcosm and had the normally reserved Hughton dancing with delight in the technical area as club owner Mike Ashley looked forward to a return to top-flight football that is said to be worth £60 million.
Also, in capped seasons, a player whose contract expired became an unrestricted free agent if he had four accrued seasons.
Kenyon Martin capped the game-changing spurt with a three-point play and scored a layup off an assist from - who else?
Lisin capped the scoring with an empty-net goal with 1: 44 to play.
The win capped 10,761 miles of travel over 19 days while their home court was occupied by the annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.
Henrik Sedin capped a three-goal comeback with a power-play goal midway through the third period in the Canucks '4-3 victory over the Coyotes on Thursday night.
The win capped a fun-filled opening night for Giants fans, who saw the retired Strahan hold up the Lombardi Trophy just minutes before the opening kickoff.
Henrik Sedin capped a three-goal comeback with a power-play goal midway through the third period in Vancouver's fourth straight win.
Petteri Nummelin capped Minnesota's comeback with an overtime power-play goal to send the Wild to a 5-4 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night.
luonanU commented on the word capped
China’s footballing authorities capped the number of foreign players that clubs can field in a match to three per team, down from five, as part of a series of measures to foster the development of local Chinese talent.
extolled the virtues of globalisation at the annual gabfest at Davos.
extol 赞美，颂扬 annual gabfest 年度会议 gabfest
February 4, 2017