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İngilizce - Türkçe
kapak

Tom şişe kapakları topluyor. - Tom collects bottle caps.

Tom tirbuşonunu bulamadığı için vida kapaklı bir şarap şişesi getirdiğine memnun oldu. - Tom was glad that he'd bought a bottle of wine with a screw cap, since he couldn't find his corkscrew.

başlık

Tom için bir başlık satın aldım ve Mary için bir çift eldiven satın alacağım. - I bought a cap for Tom and I'll buy a pair of gloves for Mary.

Daha az grafikler ve daha fazla başlık açıklamayı daha net yapabilir. - Fewer graphics and more captions would make the description clearer.

kep

Çocuk kepini çıkardı. - The boy took off his cap.

Kep benim için çok küçük. - The cap is too small for me.

{i} şapka

Tom şapkasını kaybetti, ve yeni bir tane almak zorunda olduğunu hissetti. - Tom lost his cap, and he felt that he had to buy a new one.

Bu şapka Tom'a aittir. - This cap belongs to Tom.

başkent

İtalya'nın başkenti Roma'dır. - The capital of Italy is Rome.

Washington, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin başkentidir. - Washington is the capital of the United States.

(Askeri) Sivil Hava Devriyesi; sivil kadro artırımı programı; muharebe hava Devriyesi; konfigürasyon ve alarm paneli; Konsolide işler süreci (Birleşmiş Milletler); kriz müdahele planlaması (Civil Air Patrol; civil augmentation program; combat air Patrol; configuration and alarm panel; Consolidated Appeals Process (UN); crisis action planning)
geliştirmek
başlık,v.daha iyisini yap: n.kep
kasket

Şanslı mavi kasketim nerede? - Where's my lucky blue cap?

takke
(önceki bir şeyi) geliştirmek
örtmek
{f} daha iyisini yap
kaplamak
(Havacılık) Hava devriyesi (Combat Air Patrol)
kapital

İsa bir kapitalistti. - Jesus was a capitalist.

Rusya kapitalist değildi. - Russia wasn't capitalist.

{f} --ped
(Askeri) TAHRİP KAPSÜLÜ; ELEKTRİK FÜNYESİ: Bak. "blasting cap"
{i} tabanca mantarı
{i} zirve, doruk, tepe
{f} geçmek
cap and bells saray soytarısının giydigi çıngıraklı kukuleta
kapla/ört/geliştir
{f} daha iyisini yapmak
Civil Air Patrol
(Tıp) Herhangi bir kısım üzerinde kapak veya örtü görevi gören oluşum, başlık
{f} kapatmak
{f} kep takmak (simge)
{i} büyük harf, majüskül
kapak/kep/kasket
tamamlamak
(Aydınlatma) dip
(Ticaret) faiz tavanı
(Diş Hekimliği) kaplama
(Ticaret) tavan faiz oranı
destemora
zirve
tepe
cap in hand
alçakgönüllü
cap in hand
süklüm püklüm
cap in hand
hürmetkârane
cap it all
üstüne üstlük
cap nut
başlık somunu
cap screw
başlık vidası
cap stone
taş başlık
cap stone
tepelik
cap and trade
kap ve ticaret
cap base
kap tabanı
cap ex
kap ex
cap gun
Mantar tabancası
cap iron
kap demir
cap off
kapak kapalı
cap ply
kap kat
cap screw
(Mühendislik) cıvata
cap screw
(Mühendislik) cıvata başlı vida; altı köşe başlı somunsuz vida, kapak vidası, başlık vidası
cap seal
Kapak contası
cap sleeve
kap kol
cap, gown and tassel package
kep, cüppe ve püskülden oluşan set
cap.
kap
cap a pie
baştan ayağa
cap a pie
tepeden tırnağa
cap bolt
(İnşaat) yuvarlak başlı civata
cap description
cap açıklaması
cap nut
(İnşaat) başlık, somun
cap.
büyük harf
centre cap
Jant kapağı
blasting cap
dinamit tapası
ice cap
buz örtüsü
ice cap
buz tabakası
bearing cap
yatak başlığı
bearing cap
kep
blind cap
kör tapa
blind cap
kör başlık
blind cap
tapa
capped
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sırlı
capping
(Gıda) kapak kapatma
caps
(Bilgisayar) büyh
caps
(Bilgisayar) capital
caps
(Bilgisayar) bh
caps
(Bilgisayar) bykh
caps
(Bilgisayar) ilkharfbüyük
caps
toz lastiği
combat air patrol
(Askeri) muharebe hava devriyesi
combat air patrol
(Askeri) muharebe hava karakolu
cover cap
kapatma başlığı
cover cap
kapatma kapağı
custom drop cap
(Bilgisayar) özel büyük harf
drop cap
büyük harf
dust cap
toz kapağı
feather in one's cap
(deyim) iftihar edilecek başarı
filler cap
doldurma kapağı
flat cap
kasket
grid cap
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) ızgara başlığı
hub cap
poyra kapağı
ice cap
(Askeri) kıta buzulu
ice cap
(Askeri) iç buzul
jeff cap
kasket
outer cap
(Tıp) dış kapak
percussion cap
(Madencilik) kapsüllü lokum
percussion cap
(Askeri,Avcılık) kapsül
pile cap
(İnşaat,Teknik) kazık başlığı
pin cap
(Aydınlatma) iğneli dip
pressure cap
basınç başlığı
pressure cap
(Otomotiv) basınç kapağı
pressure cap
(Otomotiv) basınç kepi
price cap
(Ticaret) tavan fiyat
rubber cap
lastik kep
rubber cap
(Otomotiv) lastik kapak
screw cap
(Aydınlatma) vidalı dip
service cap
(Askeri) günlük şapka
shell cap
(Aydınlatma) silindirsel dip
sleeve cap
(Tekstil) üst kol
valve cap
tapa
valve cap
(Otomotiv) supap kapağı
wheel cap
tekerlek kapağı
axle cap
dingil kapağı
baseball cap
beysbol kasketi
bathing cap
bone
battery fitting cap
akümülatör kapağı
battery terminal cap
batarya bağlantı ucu
bayonet cap
süngü ucu
bearing cap
yatak kapağı
bottle cap
şişe kapağı
cable terminal cap
kablo başlığı
capped
bereli
capping
demir başlık
capping
küpeşte kapağı
chimney cap
baca külahı
chimney cap
baca şapkası
column cap
sütun başlığı
crankshaft bearing cap
krank mili yatak başlığı
distributor cap
distribütör başlığı
distributor cap
distribütör kapağı
distributor cap retaining clip
distribütör mandalı
driver's cap
haydavcı mahalli
driver's cap
sürücü yeri
feather in one's cap
övünülecek bir başarı
filler cap
radyatör kapağı
gasoline tank cap
benzin deposu kapağı
inlet valve cap
emme subap kapağı
instantaneous blasting cap
ani patlamalı kapsül
jockey cap
kasket
lens cap
mercek kapağı
percussion cap
tüfek kapsülü
put on one's thinking cap
kafa yormak
service cap
subay kasketi
set one's cap at
abayı yakmak
ski cap
kayak başlığı
small cap
küçük büyük harf
throw one's cap over the windmill
hayal kurmak
watch cap
saat koruyucusu
yachting cap
yatçı şapkası
Capping
kapaklamak
Caps
kapaklanmak
Caps
çapsız
Dutch cap
(doğum kontrol) Diyafram
a cap
Bir kap
blasting cap
İnfilak kapsülü
capping
(Bilgisayar) (bant genişliği) sınırlama
caps
kepler
death cap
ölüm kap
driver's cap
şoför mahalli, sürücü yeri
have on/wear a barley cap
/ A arpa kasket giymek üzerindeki
jimmy cap
Kondom, prezervatif
knee cap
(Anatomi) Diz kapağı
night cap
gece kap
peel a cap
(deyim) Birisini silahla kafasından vurmak

I'm gonna peel a nigga cap.

plastic cap
plastik kap
polar ice cap
buzul takkesinin
pop cap
Gazoz kapağı
scottish cap
scottish kap
ski cap
kayak kap
swim cap
Bone, yüzme başlığı
to cap it all
(deyim) (or "to crown it all" or "to top it all") İf you have been describing bad things which happened and then say that to cap it all something else happened, you mean that the final thing was even worse

He spilled red wine on the carpet, insulted my mother, and, to cap it all, he broke my favourite vase.

to cap it all
Bu da yetmiyormuş gibi, bu da yetmezmiş gibi
top cap
üst kapak
capped
şapkalı
capped
kepli
caps
bk. Capitals
caps
büyük harfler
caps
(capital letters) büyük harf büyük harfler
caps
i., çoğ., k.dili. büyük harfler
combat air patrol
(Askeri) MUHAREBE HAVA KARAKOLU: Düşman hava araçlarını, hedeflerine ulaşmadan önlemek ve tahrip etmek maksadıyla, bir hedef bölgesi, korunan bir kuvvet, muharebe sahasının kritik kesimi veya bir hava savunma bölgesi üzerinde hazır bulundurulan bir hava devriyesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Change Acceleration Process
Colors and Placements
combat air patrol
Colleague Assistance Program
catabolite activator protein
Civil Air Patrol
Common Agricultural Policy
To select a player to play for a specified side
A small amount of gunpowder in a paper strip or plastic cup for use in a toy gun

Billy spent all morning firing caps with his friends, re-enacting storming the beach at Normandy.

To convert text to uppercase
An upper limit on the interest rate on an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) or a floating-rate note (FRN) or an OTC, European, call option (derivative contract) with an interest rate as basis; It's used to defend from excessive interest rate increases. Opposite of a floor
A crown for covering a tooth
To cover or seal with a cap
To shoot someone

If he don't get outta my hood, I'm gonna cap his ass.

The cap worn by players as protection from the sun; the cap awarded to a player when first selected to play for a side
To set an upper limit on something
An international appearance

Rio Ferdinand won his 50th cap for England in a game against Sweden.

An academic mortarboard
To surpass or outdo
A bullet used to shoot someone

Did he think they were going to put a cap in his ass right in the middle of Metreon?.

An uppercase letter
A protective cover or seal
An artificial upper limit or ceiling
A close-fitting head covering either without a brim or with a peak
To lie over or on top of something
The summit of a mountain etc
The top part of a mushroom
Capitalization
A special head covering to indicate rank, occupation etc
To award a cap as a mark of distinction etc
A small explosive device used to detonate a larger charge of explosives

He wired the cap to the bundle of dynamite, then detonated it remotely.

A collar of iron or wood used in joining spars, as the mast and the topmast, the bowsprit and the jib boom; also, a covering of tarred canvas at the end of a rope
{n} a covering for the head, top, a thick block
{v} to cover the top or head, puzzle
patrol flight at high or medium altitude in order to identify enemy aircraft
Anything resembling a cap in form, position, or use The uppermost of any assemblage of parts; as, the cap of column, door, etc
An abbreviation for capture
A limit on the amount the interest rate or monthly payment can increase in an adjustable-rate mortgage
a bullet used to shoot someone; generally used in the phrase put a cap in (someones) ass
a top (as for a bottle)
A provision of an ARM limiting how much the interest rate or mortgage payments may increase or decrease
To deprive of cap
Consumer safeguard which limits the amount the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage may change per year and/or the life of the loan
A provision of an ARM limiting how much the interest rate or mortgage payments may increase
The maximum which an adjustable rate mortgage may increase, regardless of index changes
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
The cap of a bottle is its lid. She unscrewed the cap of her water bottle and gave him a drink
a mechanical or electrical explosive device or a small amount of explosive; can be used to initiate the reaction of a disrupting explosive
a tight-fitting headdress
Something covering the top or end of a thing for protection or ornament
A covering for the head One usually with a visor but without a brim, for men and boys One of lace, muslin, etc
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
A limit on the amount the interest rate or monthly payment can increase in an adjustable rate mortgage
something serving as a cover or protection
restrict the number or amount of; "We had to cap the number of people we can accept into our club"
A limit on how much an adjustable rate mortgage’s monthly payment or annual interest rate can increase A cap is meant to protect the borrower from large increases and may be a payment cap, an interest cap, a life-of- loan cap or periodic cap A payment cap is a limit on the monthly payment An interest cap is a limit on the amount of the interest rate A life-a-loan cap restricts the amount the interest rate can increase over entire term of the loan A periodic cap limits the amount the interest rate can change each interest rate adjustment date
An uppercase letter, abbreviated from "capital"
{i} hat; cover, cork; maximum limit or quota; summit, peak; symbol used to denote an intersection (Mathematics); top part of a mushroom; noisemaker made of paper containing a bit of gunpowder; (Dentistry) crown
A cap is a circular rubber device that a woman places inside her vagina to prevent herself from becoming pregnant
A limit on how much the variable-interest rate can increase during the life of the line of credit
The removable cover of a journal box
To complete; to crown; to bring to the highest point or consummation; as, to cap the climax of absurdity
a limit, such as that placed on an adjustable rate mortgage, on how much a monthly payment or interest rate can increase or decrease
A limit in how much an adjustable rate mortgage's monthly payment or interest rate can increase A cap is meant to protect the borrower from large increases and may be a payment cap, an interest cap, a life-of-loan cap or an annual cap A payment cap is a limit on the monthly payment An interest cap is a limit on the amount of the interest rate A life-of-loan cap restricts the amount the interest rate can increase over the entire term of the loan An annual cap limits the amount the interest rate can increase over a twelve-month period
A respectful uncovering of the head
dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a tooth
A large size of writing paper; as, flat cap; foolscap; legal cap
a limitation on the amount by which an adjustable interest rate may change during a specified time period
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
{f} put a cap on; put a top on; crown; do better than
Cap-Haïtien
A city on the north coast of Haiti
cap and ball
Of an early loading system for handguns where the percussion cap, powder, and bullet were separate components loaded individually into the gun. Typically used in early to mid 1800s
cap and trade
A market-based approach to control pollution by providing economic incentives for achieving reductions in emissions, participating companies being assigned an emissions quota that can be traded with others if not used
cap cloud
an accessory cloud in the form of a cap which occurs above, or attached to, cumulus, cumulonimbus, and sometimes stratocumulus clouds. Also occurring as a standing cloud above a geographical feature such as a mountain
cap clouds
plural form of cap cloud
cap flashing
usually composed of metal, used to cover or shield the upper edges of the membrane base flashing; wall flashing can also be used to cover the top of various building components, such as parapets or columns
cap in hand
In a humble and respectful manner

No longer were we required to go cap in hand to the banks if we wanted money, they were coming to us.

cap it all off
To surpass or outdo something
cap it all off
To finish or complete something
cap nut
A closed nut having a dome-like cap over the back, protruding part of the engaged screw or bolt
cap off
To glue a relatively uncomplicated compact manifold to a manifold of the same dimension along (a component of the latter's boundary)

Cap off, with discs just above the annulus, any circuits that bound in the annulus; then use annuli to cap off adjacent pairs of curves that encircle the annulus in opposite directions.

cap off
To finish
cap over the windmill
in a crazed manner
cap screw
A screw that is threaded along the entire length of the shaft and has a cap which is intended to rest against the side of the outermost material being screwed together when the screw has been screwed in to its maximum extent
cap screws
plural form of cap screw
cap sheet
A sheet, often granule-surfaced, used as the top ply of some roof membranes and/or flashings
cap'n
Contraction of captain used as a title

Aye aye, cap'n!.

cap'ns
plural form of cap'n
cap-a-pie
From head to toe
cap-gun
A toy gun for children with bullets in paper caps
cap-a-pie
{a} from head to foot, all over, wholly
cap and trade
(Çevre) Emissions trading (or cap and trade) is an administrative approach used to control pollution by providing economic incentives for achieving reductions in the emissions of pollutants
cap sealing
Induction sealing, otherwise known as cap sealing, is a non-contact method of heating a metallic disk to hermetically seal the top of plastic and glass containers. This sealing process takes place after the container has been filled and capped
cap sleeve
A very short sleeve (as on a dress) that hangs over the edge of the shoulder without extending along the underside of the arm
Cap Rate
{i} capitalization rate, interest rate for calculating the present value; method for converting an estimate of income expectancy of one a single year into an indication of value in one direct step by dividing the income estimate by a proper rate
Cap'n Crunch
a type of sweet breakfast cereal which is popular especially with children in the US
cap gun
A toy pistol with a hammer action that detonates a mildly explosive cap
cap off
finish or complete, especially with some decisive action; "he capped off the meeting with a radical proposal
cap opener
a bottle opener to pry off caps
cap pistol
A cap gun
cap screw
a threaded screw for machine parts; screws into a tapped hole
cap screw
A long-threaded bolt, usually with a square head, used in fastening machine parts
cap'n
commander of ship; group leader, head, commander
cap-a-pie
at all points from head to foot; "he was armed cap-a-pie
cap-a-pie
from head to foot, from top to toe
cap-a-pie
at all points from head to foot; "he was armed cap-a-pie"
5' cap
A specially altered nucleotide end to the 5' end of precursor messenger RNA and some other primary RNA transcripts as found in eukaryotes and caliciviruses, vital to creating mature messenger RNA which is then able to undergo translation
Breton cap
a peaked boatsman's cap
Davey Crockett cap
Alternative form of Davy Crockett hat
Davy Crockett cap
Alternative form of Davy Crockett hat
Dutch cap
An intra-vaginal contraceptive device, also known as a cervical cap or diaphragm
Dutch cap
A type of woman's cap with triangular turn back at each side. The style is particularly associated with Dutch traditional costume
Liberty Cap
a celebrated granite dome in Yosemite National Park
Liberty Cap
a prominent peak on Mount Rainier
Liberty Cap
an unusual hot spring in Yellowstone National Park
baseball cap
A cap with a rounded crown and a curved, stiffened bill at the front
bathing cap
a silicone, latex or lycra cap worn on the head by recreational and competitive swimmers
bottle cap
Any of several designs of closure used to seal bottles
bouffant cap
A loose cap, so called because of its puffy shape, typically secured around the head with an elastic, and frequently used in cleanrooms, food service, and other settings to contain loose hair
bump cap
A hard hat
bust a cap
To fire a weapon; to shoot with a gatt
bust a cap in someone's ass
Alternative form of pop a cap in someone's ass
capping
the selling of a security etc close to an expiry date
capping
rock that overlies a mineral deposit
capping
the process of covering a borehole in order to seal an oil well
caps
plural form of cap
caps
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cap
cervical cap
a small, latex or silicone, contraceptive device that fits over the cervix and stays in place either by suction, like Prentif or by surface viscosity, like Oves
china cap
a conical metal strainer
coon-skin cap
Alternative spelling of coonskin cap
coonskin cap
Headwear made of a pelt of a raccoon with the tail hanging in back, often associated with the iconic imagery of such American frontiersmen as Davy Crockett

You only got ten.

cross-cap
A Möbius band
death cap
A common name for the deadly poisonous mushroom of the genus Amanita
deerslayer cap
Alternative form of deerstalker hat
deerstalker cap
Alternative form of deerstalker hat
drop cap
A large initial letter that drops below the first line of a paragraph, usually used at the beginning of a section or chapter of a book
dunce cap
The topological space obtained by identifying the sides comprising the boundary of a triangle, two sides with consistent orientation and the third with the reverse orientation
dunce cap
A conical hat one is forced to wear to indicate he is a dunce
end cap
Any of various capping devices that fit over the end of something, either as protection or to prevent loss of contents

A piece of packaging insulation that surrounds one side of an object.

end cap
A display of goods for sale situated at an end of an aisle in a shop, perpendicular to the goods in the aisle
feather in one's cap
An accomplishment; particularly one that is flaunted or boasted of

He thinks it is quite a feather in his cap that he figured it out for himself.

fitted cap
A cap that is not elasticated or adjustable at the back
flat cap
A man's cap made from wool, tweed, or other soft material. It has a small peak and fits snugly tight to the wearer's head. Popular with outdoor country sportsmen, farmers, and workers, particularly in the north of England
fool's cap
A cap, usually brightly coloured with bells and tassels, as worn by a court jester or fool
forage cap
A generic term for various military caps intended for field use
ice cap
a large domelike glacial mass usually at high elevation
if the cap fits
if the shoe fits
knee cap
A metal cover trim that fits over a panel rib after it has been cut and bent
knee cap
Alternative spelling of kneecap
knit cap
A soft, head-hugging cap usually without a specified front or back, barring those with designs or logos
large cap
A company having a large market capitalization
level cap
The maximum attainable level of the player character, often in role-playing video games. Level caps may be raised in subsequent playthroughs or expansion packs
liberty cap
a magic mushroom, Psilocybe semilanceata
liberty cap
a brimless felt cap, such as the Phrygian cap or pileus, emblematic of a slave's manumission in the Ancient World
milk-cap
A mushroom of the genus Lactarius
mob cap
A plain cap or headdress for women or girls, especially one tied under the chin by a very broad band

She was dressed entirely in flowing black cerements and wore a little lacy mob-cap on a mass of dead-looking yellowish white hair; her features were still beautiful, but her face was completely covered with mauve face-powder.

muffin cap
A style of close-fitting cap or hat worn by women in the 16th century and later; a caul
muffin cap
A low, loose cap resembling a beret, but with a brim that goes all the way around the head; popularized in the 19th century as a hat for children, especially in the lower classes
panther cap
A common name for the highly poisonous agaric Amanita pantherina
polar cap
A high-latitude region of a celestial body that is covered by ice

The southern polar cap of Mars consists of both carbon dioxide and water ice.

pop a cap in someone's ass
To shoot someone with a gun

I been sayin' that shit for years. And if you heard it, that meant your ass. I never gave much thought to what it meant. I just thought it was some cold-blooded shit to say to a motherfucker before I popped a cap in his ass. But I saw some shit this mornin' made me think twice.

red cap
A breed of poultry

Red Cap: A rare member of the English class, these are characterized by having a large rose comb. They are one of the few breeds with red earlobes that lay white-shelled eggs. Content: Chicken Breeds and Varieties (A2880), John L. Skinner, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

red cap
A kind of evil brownie or imp

After boggarts, they studied Red Caps, nasty little goblinlike creatures that lurked where there had been bloodshed.

salary cap
A limit on the salaries paid to the employees of an organization imposed by government or some other body
screw cap
The cap of a bottle or jar which screws onto the threaded lip of the container
set one's cap at
to choose the man as a potential husband (of a girl). Or, more generally, to choose something as a goal

How he has escaped marriage until now I cannot tell: the number of caps set in his direction would furnish a warehouse. — Patrick O'Brian, HMS Surprise.

shower cap
A waterproof headgear designed for use in the shower, to avoid wetting the hair
spherical cap
A portion of the surface of a sphere cut off by a plane
stocking cap
A knitted woolen cap, often with a tassel
swim cap
a silicone, latex or lycra cap worn on the head by recreational and competitive swimmers
thinking cap
A metaphor for a piece of headgear worn while one is thinking about how to solve a problem

This project looks like it will be a real challenge - put your thinking cap on!.

throw one's cap over the windmill
to act in a crazed manner
ugly milk-cap
An edible mushroom (Lactarius necator)
watch cap
A knitted cap, such as the one worn by a seaman when on watch
watch-cap
Alternative spelling of watch cap
waxy cap
Any agaric of the family Hygrophoraceae
white cap
a small wave that breaks offshore due to the wind
ice cap
The ice caps are the thick layers of ice and snow that cover the North and South Poles. an area of thick ice that permanently covers the North and South Poles
Turk's cap lily
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Lilium martagon (Martagon or Turk's cap lily) is a species of lily. It has a widespread native region extending from central Europe east through northern Asia to Mongolia and Korea. Several subspecies have been named. The plant is stem-rooting, growing between 1 m and 2 m tall. The flower colour is typically a pink-purple, with dark spots, but is quite variable, extending from near white to near black. The flowers are scented. Numerous flowers are borne on each plant, and up to 50 can be found on vigorous plants
bandwidth cap
(Bilgisayar) A bandwidth cap, also known as a bit cap, limits the transfer of a specified amount of data over a period of time. Internet service providers commonly apply a cap when a channel intended to be shared by many users becomes overloaded, or may be overloaded, by a few users
bit cap
(Bilgisayar) A bandwidth cap, also known as a bit cap, limits the transfer of a specified amount of data over a period of time. Internet service providers commonly apply a cap when a channel intended to be shared by many users becomes overloaded, or may be overloaded, by a few users
salary cap
In professional sports, a salary cap (often called a wage cap in the United Kingdom) is a limit on the amount of money a team can spend on player salaries, either as a per-player limit or a total limit for the team's roster (or both). Several sports leagues have made salary caps mandatory, both as a method of keeping overall costs down, and in order to balance the league so a wealthy team cannot become dominant simply by buying all the top players. Salary caps are often the major issue in negotiations between management and players' unions
salary cap
(Pazarlama) a maximum limit on salaries
wage cap
(Spor) In professional sports, a salary cap (often called a wage cap in the United Kingdom) is a limit on the amount of money a team can spend on player salaries, either as a per-player limit or a total limit for the team's roster (or both). Several sports leagues have made salary caps mandatory, both as a method of keeping overall costs down, and in order to balance the league so a wealthy team cannot become dominant simply by buying all the top players. Salary caps are often the major issue in negotiations between management and players' unions
A cap
coif
capped
used especially of front teeth having artificial crowns; "capped teeth gave her a beautiful smile
capped
covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified kind; "cloud-capped mountains"; "snow-capped peaks"
capped
an adjustable-rate mortgage that limits how much the interest rate or mortgage payments may increase or decrease cash-out refinance a refinancing deal in which the borrower receives more cash than he or she needs to pay off the mortgage The money can be used for any purpose cat standards CAT stands for fair Cost, Access and Terms The government belatedly brought these voluntary rules in to provide fair mortgages and investment products chain a chain of buyers and sellers dependent on each other to complete at the same time charge the term used for the security that the lender relies on when granting a mortgage
capped
An arrangement with your bank or building society which provides an upper limit to the interest rate which can be charged If the standard variable rate is lower than the upper limit you will be charged the lower rate but if the standard variable rate is higher than the capped rate you will only be charged the agreed rate This is usually offered for a fixed term and allows you to budget your finances At the end of this period the interest rate will revert to the standard variable rate at that time
capped
past of cap
capped
This refers to a capped rate mortgage which is a cross between a fixed rate and a variable rate mortgage The interest rate will never rise above a certain rate within what is known as the capped rate period If the usual variable mortgage rate is less than the capped rate then the borrower is charged that variable rate Such a mortgage is attractive as the borrower can benefit from falling interest rates but will not have to pay more than the capped rate Along with the term capped rate the phrase cap and collar mortgages is often encountered The 'collar' is the minimum interest rate, whilst the maximum interest rate payable is known as the 'cap' As these mortgages involve the lender having to source funds it is usual for early redemption penalties to be imposed if the mortgage is redeemed within a capped rate period
capped
When a rail or ledge has caps fitted that makes it impossible to grind
capped
used especially of front teeth having artificial crowns; "capped teeth gave her a beautiful smile"
capping
If the rear foot of a horse sets down squarely on the track of the same side front foot as it is set down, the horse is said to be capping
capping
Usually a rolled kraft paper tube used to connect several fuses together in a spark-proof join
capping
The addition of a methylated guanine nucleotide (a "cap") to the 5' end of a premessenger RNA molecule; the cap is retained on the mature mRNA molecule
capping
refers to the forming, or occurring as a cap or cover on top of a rock
capping
When the Government limits an authority's budget requirement
capping
present participle of cap
capping
Placement of a barrier over the contamination to prevent infiltration of water into the material below the cap Caps are made of different materials including a geo-textile (fabric) cover, soil, clay, sand, gravel, asphalt, or vegetation top layer Caps are designed specifically for each area and can range from several inches to several feet thick
capping
The process at of laying two to four feet of soil over the top of a landfill site and then planting vegetation to prevent erosion and enhance the landfill's aesthetic value (See landfill)
capping
Effecting commodity or security transactions shortly prior to an option's expiration date depressing or preventing a rise in the price of the commodity or security so that previously written call options will expire worthless and the premium the writer received will be protected
capping
The covering of a landfill, usually with low permeability material Permanent capping is part of the final restoration following completion of landfill/tipping Temporary capping is an intermediate cap which may be removed on resumption of tipping
capping
A square or pear-shaped piece at the top of some heavy 17th century chair and table legs
capping
Effecting commodity or security transactions shortly prior to an option's expiration date by depressing or preventing a rise in the price of the commodity or security so that previously written call options will expire worthless and the premium received therefrom will be protected
capping
the conversion of a polyhedron into a stellated polyhedron by raising a pyramid on each face
capping
Effecting commodity or security transactions shortly prior to an option's expiration date; depressing or preventing a rise in the price of the commodity or security so that previously written call options will expire worthless and the premium the writer received will be protected
capping
Routing a vessel around the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa
capping
The property of motile amoeboid cells that causes them to accumulate polymerised surface receptors at the rear of the cell Described in detail in Chapter 3
caps
[Back to top] Consumer safeguards that limit the amount the interest rate may change on an adjustable rate mortgage per year and/or the life of the loan
caps
Consumer safeguards which limit the amount the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage can change in an adjustment interval and/or over the life of the loan For example, if your per-period cap is 1% and your current rate is 7%, then your newly adjusted rate must fall between 6% and 8% regardless of actual changes in the index
caps
Consumer safeguards which limit the amount the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage which may change per year and/or the life of the loan
caps
Consumer safeguards which limit the amount monthly payments on an adjustable-rate mortgage may change Since they do not limit the amount of interest the lender is earning, these consumer safeguards may cause negative amortization
caps
Capital letters; capitals
caps
Consumer safeguards which limit the amount the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage which may change per year and/or the life of the loan ^TOP
caps
A set percentage amount by which an adjustable rate mortgage may adjust each adjustment period For adjustable loans, caps are usually quoted as two numbers as in 2/6 The first number indicates how much a loan may adjust at each adjustment period while the second number indicates how much a loan may adjust over its lifetime Loans like the 3/1 and 5/1 adjustable which have an initial fixed period are quoted with 3 numbers as in 3/2/6 which would mean that the first adjustment may be as much as 3%, subsequent adjustments are capped at 2% each, and the lifetime cap is 6% Two-Step loans are quoted with a single cap, which is the amount by which the loan may adjust at its single adjustment date
caps
Limits on changes in ARM interest rates or monthly payments, either in an adjustment period or over the life of the loan
caps
Consumer safeguards which limit the amount the interest rate on an adjustable rate mortgage may change per year and/or the life of the loan (floor or ceiling)
caps
third-person singular of cap
caps
A provision in an ARM that limits how much the interest rate or mortgage payment may increase, both at each adjustment period and over the life of the loan
cap