- 盖，罩，鞘 ，套
- =computer-aided production 电脑辅助生产
- =Civil Air Patrol 民间空中巡逻队
- =Civil Air Patrol（美国）市民防空协会
- =Combat Air Patrol 战斗空中巡逻
- =Common Agricultural Policy （欧洲经济共同体）共同农业政策
- 加盖于，覆盖于...顶上，包覆于...顶端， 用…覆盖顶部
- [C]便帽; 帽子 a soft flat covering for the head that has a curved part sticking out at the front as a peak and is worn especially as part of a uniform
- [C]保护盖〔套〕 a protective covering for the end or top of an object
- vt. 覆盖,笼罩 put a cap on sth to cover the top or end of
- vt. 胜过,超过 follow sth with sth better, bigger, funnier, etc.
a tight-fitting headdress
a top (as for a bottle)
a mechanical or electrical explosive device or a small amount of explosive; can be used to initiate the reaction of a disrupting explosive
something serving as a cover or protection
a fruiting structure resembling an umbrella or a cone that forms the top of a stalked fleshy fungus such as a mushroom
a protective covering that is part of a plant
an upper limit on what is allowed;
"he put a ceiling on the number of women who worked for him"
"there was a roof on salaries"
"they established a cap for prices"
(dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth;
"tomorrow my dentist will fit me for a crown"
the upper part of a column that supports the entablature
lie at the top of;
"Snow capped the mountains"
restrict the number or amount of;
"We had to cap the number of people we can accept into our club"
- He took off his cap.
- It's better to put the cap back on the bottle.
- The government should impose an cap across the gas price.
- That's a good joke but I think I can cap it.
- Don't forget to cap the tank after filling it up with petrol.
- Only when the mountaineers got near to the top, they found that snow had capped the mountains.
- This speech caps a month of canvassing.
- They cap when they pass the president.
- The cap goes well with your suit.
- If you want to get ahead, get a cap.
- A cap differs from a hat.
- Wear a cap to guard your face against the sun.
- Quick, catch my cap before it blows away.
- My cap blew into the river yesterday.
- My cap blew off.
- The wind has blown my cap off.
- Please fetch my cap.
- I'm going to get my cap from the other room.
- I'm afraid your cap and dress don't go together.
- Her new cap becomes her.
- The porters may be identified by their red caps.
- Rose's clothes and cap don't match.
- I didn't notice that you were wearing your new cap.
- The red star shone on his cap.
- He placed his cap and overcoat on a chair.
- Her cap flew off and landed up in the river.
- She took a long time to choose her new cap.
- The boy brushed the dust off his cap.
- Some of the students commented humorously on their teacher's cap.
- She has chosen a green nurse's cap.
- He bought her a new swimming cap.
- Put the cap back on the bottle.
- The clouds capped the mountains.
- The forests capped the mountains.
- He capped my story with an even funnier one.
- Cap that if you can.
- Last week he crashed his car, then he lost his job and now to cap it all his wife has left him.
- First the lights fused, next a water pipe burst, and then, to cap it all, part of the ceiling fell down.
- He was capped 36 times for England.
- The conference was capped by the appearance of the new minister of culture.
- cap in hand
- put a cap on
- put on one's thinking caps
认真考虑 consider carefully
- set one's cap at
试图吸引(某人) try to attract (sb of the opposite sex)
- cock one's cap 歪戴帽子
- lift one's cap 举帽致意
- put on one's cap 戴帽
- raise one's cap 举帽致意
- remove one's cap 脱帽
- take off one's cap 脱帽
- tip one's cap 歪戴帽子
- wave one's cap 挥帽
- wear one's cap deep 帽子戴得很低
- baseball cap 棒球帽
- bathing cap 游泳帽
- metal cap 金属盖
- school cap 校帽
- service cap 军帽
- steel cap 钢盔
- work cap 工作帽
- cap the mountain 笼罩山顶
The tossing waves,..the snowy, curling caps.出自： W. Whitman
Her face, reddish under a cap of fox-colored hair.出自： F. O
With her clothes on her hed..like an Egyptian capped about.出自： J. Skelton
Baker, capped five times for England in 1959s60.出自：Times
- cap, hat
- 二者均可指“帽子”,其区别在于:cap指无边的或有帽舌的帽子,如军帽; 而hat常指四周有边的帽子,如礼帽。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的cppe，意为帽子；最初源自古典拉丁语的caput，意为头。