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  • Another method used is to cap how much experience a character can gain at any single moment.
  • The highest point in the town is Black Cap at above sea level.
  • This is however being reduced by both the increasing population and the CAP.
  • He has also been capped by the France national team in the past.
  • In all of these, the village is seen under heavy caps of snow.
  • He also won five caps for England, but did not score any goals.
  • The first is to turn one's cap or coat inside out.
  • The following year she became national champion and was capped for the national team.
  • There's usually a cap on what we can make.
  • Management wanted to keep using the caps as planned, as they sold well among fans.
  • He has been capped three times by the Scotland national football team.
  • His short red hair can be seen beneath his cap, contrasting with dark eyes.
  • The average number of students is capped so that each student can receive personal attention from the staff.
  • The head has a black cap, the face is mainly white, and the feet are orange-red.
  • Some games have a level cap, or a limit of levels available.
  • Only players who gained caps while at the club included.
  • He is his country's most capped player of all time.
  • His fourth round showing at the US Open capped a very successful open series.
  • He was one of the most capped and high scoring players for England during his period.
  • Many of the dead were found with their cloth caps in their mouth.
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Meaning of cap

  • noun A tight-fitting headdress
  • noun A top (as for a bottle)
  • noun Something serving as a cover or protection
  • noun A fruiting structure resembling an umbrella or a cone that forms the top of a stalked fleshy fungus such as a mushroom
  • verb Lie at the top of
    Snow capped the mountains
  • verb Restrict the number or amount of
    We had to cap the number of people we can accept into our club