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VERB (尤指在战争中)俘虏，擒获，占领，夺取 If you capture someone or something, you catch them, especially in a war.
The guerrillas shot down one aeroplane and captured the pilot...
The whole town celebrated when two tanks were captured...
VERB 代表（特点);表现,体现(感情、气氛) If something or someone captures a particular quality, feeling, or atmosphere, they represent or express it successfully.
Chef Idris Caldora offers an inspired menu that captures the spirit of the Mediterranean...
Their mood was captured by one who said, 'Students here don't know or care about campus issues.'
VERB 吸引(注意力);激发(想象);赢得(喜爱) If something captures your attention or imagination, you begin to be interested or excited by it. If someone or something captures your heart, you begin to love them or like them very much.
...the great names of the Tory party who usually capture the historian's attention.
...the issue that has captured the imagination of nearly the whole nation.
VERB 拍摄 If an event is captured in a photograph or on film, it is photographed or filmed.
The incident was captured on videotape...
The images were captured by TV crews filming outside the base.
VERB 得到;夺得;获得 If you capture something that you are trying to obtain in competition with other people, you succeed in obtaining it.
In 1987, McDonald's captured 19 percent of all fast-food sales...
The Socialist candidate has captured eighty-five per cent of the vote in the three-way presidential race.