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English definition of “large-cap”

large-cap

noun [C, usually plural] ( also large cap)
 
 
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a company with a high total value of shares, or shares in companies like this: The fund invested heavily in large-caps such as General Electric and Exxon. →  Compare mid-cap noun , small-cap noun
(Definition of large-cap noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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