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cap.1

1.
(in prescriptions) let the patient take.
Origin of cap.1
< Latin capiat

cap.2

1.
Origin
< Latin capitulum, caput

cap.3

1.
2.
4.
capitalized.
5.
capital letter.
6.
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  • cap., being an old soldier, concluded to fire at a mark before letting the revolver pass forever from our possession.

    A Canyon Voyage Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
  • Say, cap., you've made a ten-strike today that ought to make you a Major.

  • But, say, cap., I want you to either kill that 'Squire or git him as fur away as possible.

  • "Its quite a bit different," argued the cap., with a wink at the Colonel.

  • Why, cap., don't you know, it's as much as a hundred times worse in there now than it was when he first got a-going.

    How Tell a Story and Others Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  • But, cap., don't it strike you that a man who'd lie like that ought to have somethin' done to him?

    Out of the Hurly-Burly Charles Heber Clark
British Dictionary definitions for cap.

cap.

abbreviation
1.
capital
2.
capitalize
3.
capitalization
4.
capital letter
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Related Abbreviations for cap.

cap.

1.
capacity
2.
capital
3.
capitalize
4.
foolscap
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