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N-COUNT (有帽舌的)帽子,便帽 A cap is a soft, flat hat with a curved part at the front which is called a peak. Caps are usually worn by men and boys.
...a dark blue baseball cap.
N-COUNT 制服帽 A cap is a special hat which is worn as part of a uniform.
...a frontier guard in olive-grey uniform and a peaked cap.
VERB 使入选国家(足球、橄榄球、板球等)队 If a sports player is capped, they are chosen to represent their country in a team game such as football, rugby, or cricket.
Rees, 32, has been capped for England 23 times.
...England's most capped rugby union player.
N-COUNT 国家队队员资格 If a sports player represents their country in a team game such as football, rugby, or cricket, you can say that they have been awarded a cap .
Mark Davis will win his first cap for Wales in Sunday's Test match against Australia.
N-COUNT 首次入选国家队的选手 You can refer to someone who is representing their country for the first time in a team game such as football, rugby, or cricket, as a new cap .
The only new cap is Llanelli's 20-year-old left-wing Wayne Proctor.
VERB (政府)限制(组织或地方议会的支出)，限定（预算） If the government caps an organization, council, or budget, it limits the amount of money that the organization or council is allowed to spend, or limits the size of the budget.
The Secretary of State for Environment has the power to cap councils which spend excessively...
Nearly half of all local councils face being capped.
N-COUNT 瓶盖;瓶塞 The cap of a bottle is its lid.
She unscrewed the cap of her water bottle and gave him a drink.
N-COUNT (妇女避孕用的)子宫帽 A cap is a circular rubber device that a woman places inside her vagina to prevent herself from becoming pregnant.
VERB 覆盖;把…罩起来 If you cap one thing with another, you put the other thing on top.
They had capped the roof with plywood.
...homemade scones capped with cream.
VERB 使具有…的结局;使…结束 If someone says that a good or bad event caps a series of events, they mean it is the final event in the series, and the other events were also good or bad.
The unrest capped a weekend of right-wing attacks on foreigners.
VERB 箍（牙）;给（牙齿）上牙套 If someone's teeth are capped, covers are fixed over them so that they look better.
He suddenly smiled, revealing teeth that had recently been capped...
I had my teeth capped.
N-COUNT (玩具枪用的)火药纸,电光纸 A cap is a small amount of explosive that is wrapped in paper. Caps are often used in toy guns.
PHRASE 谦卑地索要；毕恭毕敬地请求 If you go cap in hand to someone, you ask them very humbly to give you something or to do something for you.
He has been given the unenviable task of going round, cap in hand, to various generous companies.