a kind of soft, flat hat, typically with a peak
a man wearing a raincoat and a flat cap
her cap of dark hair
a protective lid or cover for an object such as a bottle, the point of a pen, or a camera lens
a glass bottle with a screw cap
a lens cap from a camera
an upper limit imposed on spending or borrowing
he raised the cap on local authority spending
a contraceptive diaphragm.
the broad upper part of the fruiting body of most mushrooms and toadstools, at the top of a stem and bearing gills or pores.
put a lid or cover on
he capped his pen
provide a fitting climax or conclusion to
he capped a memorable season by becoming champion of champions
place a limit or restriction on (prices, expenditure, or borrowing)
council budgets will be capped
be chosen as a member of a particular sports team, especially a national one
he was capped ten times by England
confer a university degree on.
Common Agricultural Policy.
Civil Air Patrol.