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Meaning of “cap” - Learner’s Dictionary

cap

verb [T]     /kæp/ ( present participle capping, past tense and past participle capped)
END
to be the last and the best or worst event in a series of events: The party capped a wonderful week.Causing something to endComing to an end
LIMIT
to put a limit on an amount of money that can be borrowed, charged, etc: [often passive] The interest rate has been capped at 5%.Borrowing, lending and debtLimiting and restrictingPreventing and impeding
COVER
to cover the top of something: [often passive] The mountains were capped with snow.Covering and adding layers
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