5 letter words ending in CAP

5 letter words ending in CAP in English

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5 letter words ending in NCAP

Common 5 letter words ending in CAP with meaning


Part of Speech: Verb, Noun

Definition: To summarize or review the main points of something. A summary or review of the main points of something.

Pronunciations: US: /ˈriː.kæp/; UK: /ˈriː.kæp/

Origin and Usage: The word "recap" is a short form of "recapitulation" which comes from the Latin word "recapitulare" meaning to "go over the main points again". The word has been in use since the early 19th century and is commonly used in both formal and informal contexts.

Synonyms: Review, Summary, Synopsis, Digest, Run-through, Rehash.

Related Words: Reuse, React, Rebar, Recto, Reach.

Example Sentences:

  • She decided to recap the main points of the meeting before ending it.
  • The recap at the end of the movie helped to clarify some of the confusing plot points.
  • He asked his friend to recap the events of the party he missed.

Part of Speech: Verb

Definition: To remove or take off the cap or cover from something, usually a container or a pen.

Pronunciation (US): /ʌnˈkæp/

Pronunciation (UK): /ʌnˈkap/

Origin and Usage: The word "uncap" originated in the 16th century from the combination of the prefix "un-" and the verb "cap." It is commonly used in everyday language and is often associated with opening containers or removing caps from pens or markers.

Synonyms: Open, uncover, unseal, unstop, unplug.

Related Words: Capon, crape, craps, croup, cuppa.

Example Sentences:

  • He uncapped the bottle of soda and took a sip.
  • She uncapped the marker and began to write on the whiteboard.
  • The mechanic uncapped the oil container and began to pour it into the engine.