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  1. cap

    • IPA[ˈkap]

    英式

    • n.
      a kind of soft, flat hat, typically with a peak;a kind of soft, close-fitting head covering worn for a particular purpose
    • v.
      put a lid or cover on;form a covering layer or topmost part of
    • verb: cap, 3rd person present: caps, gerund or present participle: capping, past tense: capped, past participle: capped

    • noun: cap, plural noun: caps

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    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a kind of soft, flat hat, typically with a peak a man wearing a raincoat and a flat cap her cap of dark hair
    • a kind of soft, close-fitting head covering worn for a particular purpose a shower cap a bathing cap
    • British a cap awarded as a sign of membership of a particular sports team, especially a national team he has won three caps for Scotland
    • British a player to whom a cap is awarded a former naval officer and rugby cap
    • an academic mortar board school-leavers in cap and gown 同義詞 mortar board, academic cap, datedtrencher, trencher cap, square
    • the top of a bird's head when distinctively coloured.
    • 2. a protective lid or cover for an object such as a bottle, the point of a pen, or a camera lens a glass bottle with a screw cap a lens cap from a camera 同義詞 lid, top, stopper, cork, bung, ... 更多
    • an artificial protective covering for a tooth.
    • 3. an upper limit imposed on spending or borrowing he raised the cap on local authority spending 同義詞 limit, upper limit, ceiling, curb, check
    • 4. British informal a contraceptive diaphragm.
    • 5. the broad upper part of the fruiting body of most mushrooms and toadstools, at the top of a stem and bearing gills or pores.
    • 6. short for percussion cap

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