from The Century Dictionary.
- Having a cap; covered with a cap.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- 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.