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German translation of “cap”

cap

noun /kӕp/
a hat with a peak
die Mütze
a chauffeur’s cap.
a covering for the head, not with a peak
die Haube
a swimming cap a nurse’s cap.
a cover or top (of a bottle, pen etc)
die (Verschluß-)Kappe
Replace the cap after you’ve finished with the pen.
capped adjective having a cap or covering
bedeckt
snow-capped mountains.
(Definition of cap from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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