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capture British & World English

Take into one’s possession or control by force

capture English Thesaurus

a spy had been captured in Moscow

data capture British & World English

The action or process of gathering data, especially from an automatic device, control system, or sensor

river capture British & World English

The natural diversion of the headwaters of one stream into the channel of another, typically resulting from rapid headward erosion by the latter stream

motion capture British & World English

The process or technique of recording patterns of movement digitally, especially the recording of an actor’s movements for the purpose of animating a digital character in a film or computer game

capture-the-flag British & World English

A game in which two teams each hide a colored cloth, representing the team’s flag, and then try to find the other team’s flag and return with it to their home base

carbon capture and storage British & World English

The process of trapping carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuels or other chemical or biological process and storing it in such a way that it is unable to affect the atmosphere