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capped is cap's Past Tense

cap

US [kæp]
UK [kæp]
  • n.盖;制服帽;软帽;(大学师生在特别场合戴的)方帽
  • v.用…覆盖顶部(或端部);限额收取(或支出);胜过;超过
  • abbr.(=Common Agricultural Policy)(欧洲经济共同体)共同农业政策
  • Web封顶;上限;上限的
Plural Form:caps  Past Tense:capped  Present Participle:capping  
capped
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n.
— see also
ice cap
,
thinking cap
帽子hat
1.
(尤指男用有帽舌的)便帽,制服帽a type of soft flat hat with a peak (= a hard curved part sticking out in front). Caps are worn especially by men and boys, often as part of a uniform.
a school cap
学生帽
2.
软帽a soft hat that fits closely and is worn for a particular purpose
a shower cap
浴帽
3.
(大学师生在特别场合戴的)方帽a soft hat with a square flat top worn by some university teachers and students at special ceremonies
体育运动in sport
4.
(校队、国家队等的)队员帽;(被选入国家队等的)运动员a cap given to sb who is chosen to play for a school, country, etc.; a player chosen to play for their country, etc.
He won his first cap(= was first chosen to play) for England against France.
他首次被选为英格兰队的队员与法国队比赛。
There are three new caps in the side.
这一方有三名新队员。
钢笔;瓶子on pen/bottle
5.
(钢笔、瓶子等的)帽,盖a cover or top for a pen, bottle, etc.
a lens cap
镜头盖
资金限额limit on money
6.
(可用或可借资金的)最高限额an upper limit on an amount of money that can be spent or borrowed by a particular institution or in a particular situation
The government has placed a cap on local council spending.
政府给地方议会的经费支出规定了最高限额。
玩具枪in toy guns
7.
(尤用于玩具枪的)火药帽,火药纸a small paper container with explosive powder inside it, used especially in toy guns
IDM
go cap in hand (to sb)
谦卑地要,恭敬地讨(尤指钱)to ask sb for sth, especially money, in a very polite way that makes you seem less important
I didn't actually say that you were lazy, but if the cap fits…
我并没有真的说你懒,但有则改之…
if the cap fits (, wear it)
(informal)
有则改之if you feel that a remark applies to you, you should accept it and take it as a warning or criticism
I didn't actually say that you were lazy, but if the cap fits…
我并没有真的说你懒,但有则改之…
v.
覆盖顶部cover top
1.
[usupass]
~ sth (with sth)
用…覆盖顶部(或端部)to cover the top or end of sth with sth
mountains capped with snow
积雪皑皑的山峰
snow-capped mountains
顶端积雪的群山
限定金额limit money
2.
[oftpass]
~ sth
限额收取(或支出)to limit the amount of money that can be charged for sth or spent on sth
a capped mortgage
限额按揭
超越beat
3.
~ sth
胜过;超过;比…更…to say or do sth that is funnier, more impressive, etc. than sth that has been said or done before
What an amazing story. Can anyone cap that?
这真是个精彩的故事!还有人能讲得更精彩吗?
牙齿tooth
4.
[usupass]
~ sth
包(牙)to put an artificial covering on a tooth to make it look more attractive
He's had his front teeth capped.
他包了门牙。
体育运动in sport
5.
[usupass]
~ sb
选入(某项体育运动的国家队)to choose sb to play in their country's national team for a particular sport
He has been capped more than 30 times for Wales.
他已 30 多次入选威尔士队参加比赛。
IDM
to cap/top it all
(informal)
最糟糕的是;最倒霉的是used to introduce the final piece of information that is worse than the other bad things that you have just mentioned

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