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cap. US English

Capacity

CAP US English

Civil Air Patrol

cap1 US English

A kind of soft, flat hat without a brim, and sometimes having a visor

cap2 US English

Short for capitalization

Common Agricultural Policy US English

The system in the EU for establishing common prices for most agricultural products within the European Union, a single fund for price supports, and levies on imports

CAP in Common Agricultural Policy US English

The system in the EU for establishing common prices for most agricultural products within the European Union, a single fund for price supports, and levies on imports

tip one's hat US English

Raise or touch one’s hat or cap as a way of greeting or acknowledging someone

cap'n US English

informal contraction of captain, used in representing speech.

gas cap US English

A cap that closes the pipe leading to the gas tank of a motor vehicle

ice cap US English

A covering of ice over a large area, especially on the polar region of a planet

ink cap US English

A widely distributed mushroom with a tall, narrow cap and slender white stem, turning into a black liquid after the spores are shed

toe cap US English

A piece of steel or leather constituting or fitted over the front part of a boot or shoe as protection or reinforcement

anise cap US English

A pale greenish mushroom which has a funnel-shaped cap and smells strongly of aniseed

cloth cap US English

A man’s flat woollen cap with a peak

cap rock US English

A layer of hard, impervious rock overlying and often sealing in a deposit of oil, gas, or coal

Dutch cap US English

A woman’s lace cap with triangular flaps on each side, worn as part of Dutch traditional dress

death cap US English

A deadly poisonous toadstool with a pale olive-green cap and white gills, growing in broadleaved woodland in both Eurasia and North America

dunce cap US English

A paper cone formerly put on the head of a dunce at school as a mark of disgrace

gimme cap US English

A baseball cap that bears a company name or slogan and is given away for publicity purposes

inky cap US English

A widely distributed mushroom with a tall, narrow cap and slender white stem, turning into a black liquid after the spores are shed

large-cap US English

Denoting or relating to the stock of a company with a large capitalization

polar cap US English

A region of ice or other frozen matter surrounding a pole of a planet

screw cap US English

A round cap or lid with female thread that can be screwed onto a bottle or jar

small-cap US English

Denoting or relating to the stock of a company with a small capitalization

watch cap US English

A close-fitting knitted cap of a kind worn by members of the US Navy in cold weather

milk cap US English

A large woodland toadstool with a concave cap, the flesh of which exudes a white or coloured milky fluid when cut

peak cap US English

A flat cap with a peak at the front

bathing cap US English

A close-fitting elastic cap worn while swimming to keep the hair dry or to reduce friction

charge-cap US English

(Of a government) subject (a local authority) to an upper limit on the charges it may levy on the public for services

Cap-Haïtien US English

A historic port city in northern Haiti; population 127,800 (est. 2009). It is the former capital of Haiti and the second-largest city in the country

cap sleeve US English

A sleeve extending only a short distance from the shoulder and tapering to nothing under the arm

butter cap US English

A buff-coloured woodland toadstool with a greasy cap, found in both Eurasia and North America and typically growing in tufts and often in rings

cradle cap US English

A skin condition sometimes seen in babies caused by excessive production of sebum, characterized by areas of yellowish or brownish scales on the top of the head

filler cap US English

A cap closing the pipe leading to the petrol tank of a motor vehicle

forage cap US English

A soft cap, usually having a stiff brim, forming part of a soldier’s uniform

funnel cap US English

A common edible European mushroom with a funnel-shaped cap, growing in open grassy places and woodland clearings

jockey cap US English

A strengthened cap with a long visor of a kind worn by jockeys

Juliet cap US English

A type of women’s small ornamental cap, typically made of lace or net and often worn by brides

service cap US English

A round, flat-topped cap with a visor that is part of the US Army and US Air Force service uniform

Turk's cap US English

Any of a number of plants which have parts that are said to resemble a turban or similar headdress, in particular:

liberty cap US English

A common small European toadstool that has a grayish-brown cap with a distinct boss and a long thin stem, containing the hallucinogen psilocybin

panther cap US English

A poisonous toadstool that has a brownish-gray cap with fluffy white spots and white gills, found in woodlands in both Eurasia and North America

petrol cap US English

A cap that closes the pipe leading to the petrol tank of a motor vehicle

baseball cap US English

A fabric cap of a kind originally worn by baseball players, with a large brim and an adjustable strap at the back

garrison cap US English

A cap without a brim, especially one worn as part of a military uniform

stocking cap US English

A knitted conical hat with a long tapered end, often bearing a tassel, that hangs down

tip one's hat in tip2 US English

Raise or touch one’s hat or cap as a way of greeting or acknowledging someone

Phrygian cap US English

A soft conical cap with the top bent forward, worn in ancient times and now identified with the liberty cap

cap in hand in cap1 US English

Humbly asking for a favor

cap in hand US English

Humbly asking for a favor


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