Capital market

What is Capital market?

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noun
a close-fitting covering for the head, usually of soft supple material and having no visor or brim.
a brimless head covering with a visor, as a baseball cap.
mobcap.

a headdress denoting rank, occupation, religious order, or the like: a nurse’s cap.
mortarboard(def 2).
Mathematics. the symbol a?C, used to indicate the intersection of two sets.Compare intersection(def 3a).
anything resembling or suggestive of a covering for the head in shape, use, or position: a cap on a bottle.
summit; top; acme.
a maximum limit, as one set by law or agreement on prices, wages, spending, etc., during a certain period of time; ceiling: a 9 percent cap on pay increases for this year.
Mycology. the pileus of a mushroom.
Botany. calyptra(def 1).
Mining. a short, horizontal beam at the top of a prop for supporting part of a roof.
a percussion cap.
British Sports. a selection for a representative team, usually for a national squad.
a noise-making device for toy pistols, made of a small quantity of explosive wrapped in paper or other thin material.
Nautical. a fitting of metal placed over the head of a spar, as a mast or bowsprit, and having a collar for securing an additional spar.
a new tread applied to a worn pneumatic tire.
Architecture. a capital.
Carpentry. a metal plate placed over the iron of a plane to break the shavings as they rise.
Fox Hunting. capping fee.
Chiefly British Slang. a contraceptive diaphragm.

verb (used with object), capped, capA.ping.
to provide or cover with or as if with a cap.
to complete.

follow up with something as good or better; surpass; outdo: to cap one joke with another.
to serve as a cap, covering, or top to; overlie.
to put a maximum limit on (prices, wages, spending, etc.).
British Sports. to select (a player) for a representative team.

verb (used without object), capped, capA.ping.
Fox Hunting. to hunt with a hunting club of which one is not a member, on payment of a capping fee.

 

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