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caps, plural;
  1. Put a lid or cover on
    • - he capped his pen
  2. Form a covering layer or top part of
    • - several towers were capped by domes
    • - snow-capped mountains
  3. Put an artificial protective covering on (a tooth)

  4. Provide a fitting climax or conclusion to
    • - he capped a memorable season by becoming champion
  5. Follow or reply to (a story, remark, or joke) by producing a better or more apposite one
    • - they capped each other's stories
  6. Place a limit or restriction on (prices, expenditure, or other activity)
    • - council budgets will be capped
  1. Short for capitalization
    • - mid-cap companies
    • - small-cap stocks

  1. a tight-fitting headdress
  2. lie at the top of; "Snow capped the mountains"
  3. a top (as for a bottle)
  4. restrict the number or amount of; "We had to cap the number of people we can accept into our club"
  5. detonator: a mechanical or electrical explosive device or a small amount of explosive; can be used to initiate the reaction of a disrupting explosive
  6. something serving as a cover or protection
  7. A camera raw image file contains minimally processed data from the image sensor of either a digital camera, image scanner, or motion picture film scanner. Raw files are so named because they are not yet processed and therefore are not ready to be printed or edited with a bitmap graphics editor. ...
  8. A cap is a form of headgear. Caps have crowns that fit very close to the head and have no brim or only a visor. They are typically designed for warmth and, when including a visor, blocking sunlight from the eyes. They come in many shapes and sizes
  9. The cap of a crown is the cap which fills the inner space of a modern crown. While ancient crowns contained no cap, from mediæval times it became traditional to fill the circlet with a cap of velvet or other such cloth, with a base of ermine.
  10. The pileus is the technical name for the cap, or cap-like part, of a basidiocarp or ascocarp (fungal fruiting body) that supports a spore-bearing surface, the hymenium. The hymenium (hymenophore) may consist of lamellae, tubes, or teeth, on the underside of the pileus. ...
  11. Adenylate Cyclase Associated Protein is an actin-binding protein that was originally identified as a binding partner for adenylate cyclase. It binds actin monomers and sequesters them from the polymerization process. The yeast ortholog of CAP is called Srv2.
  12. A cap is an appearance for a select team, such as a school, county or international team in sports. The term dates from the practice in the United Kingdom of awarding a cap (meaning an item of headgear) to every player in an international match of association football. ...
  13. A close-fitting head covering either without a brim or with a peak; A special head covering to indicate rank, occupation etc; An academic mortarboard; A protective cover or seal; A crown for covering a tooth; The summit of a mountain etc; An artificial upper limit or ceiling; The top part of a ...
  14. (CAPPED) Describes the situation in limit poker in which the maximum number of raises on the betting round have been reached.
  15. (Capped) When a rail or ledge has caps fitted that makes it impossible to grind.
  16. (Capped) In most poker rooms, action between more than two players has a maximum number of raises, this is known as being 'capped' when a player makes that final raise.
  17. (Capped) (v.): outdone, surpassed.
  18. (Capped) A mortgage product that will not increase above a certain percentage. For example "capped at 4%" would mean the rate could never be above this. This gives the borrower some peace of mind.
  19. (Capped) Follows the bank base rate like a tracker mortgage but has an upper limit to the rate. Early repayment charges will often apply. There are very few capped rates available currently
  20. (Capped) Meritorious promotion, only for afloat and direct support commands. A term used only in the Navy.
  21. (Capped) Snug, rounded short sleeves that barely cover the arms; often made with lace or other semi-transparent material.
  22. (Capped) The payout of options, warrants or swaps is capped if it is limited to a maximum specified amount. The opposite of floored.
  23. (Capped) The point in which a character has reached level 20. They still collect experience points but does not receive any further character levels or Action Points.
  24. (Capped) When a betting round has a maximum number of bets/raises. This is used mainly in fixed limit structures, and the cap is usually 1 bet and 3 raises.
  25. (Capped) When the betting has a maximum number times players can bet. Usually three after the initial raise.