large-cap adjective Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "large-cap" - Business English Dictionary

large-cap

adjective [before noun] ( also large cap)
 
 
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET used to describe a company or its shares, when the total number of shares has a high value: It is a large-cap company with an attractive and sustainable dividend yield.large-cap shares/stocks The theory is that large cap shares have lesser growth potential. →  Compare mid-cap adjective , small-cap adjective
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