Cap (noun)

  1. A covering for the head, typically made of cloth.
  2. A protective cover or seal for the end of a tube or pipe.
  3. A top or upper limit, beyond which something cannot or should not exceed.

Origin:

Old english cæppe, of germanic origin; related to dutch kap and german kappe.

Examples:

  1. He was wearing a baseball cap.
  2. I need a new cap for my pen.
  3. The government has set a cap on the number of refugees that can be accepted.
  4. The cap of a mushroom is the upper part that covers the stem.
  5. The cap of a bottle is used to seal the contents.
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