Definition of capot in English:

capot

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Pronunciation: /kəˈpɒt/

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noun

(In piquet) the winning of all twelve tricks in the hand by one player, for which a bonus is awarded.

verb (capots, capotting, capotted)

[with object] Back to top  
Score a capot against (one’s opponent).

Origin

mid 17th century: from French, perhaps from a dialect variant of chapoter 'castrate'.

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