cap

take, seize

Usage

  • capacious

    Something that is capacious has a lot of space and can contain a lot of things.

  • incapacitate

    When something incapacitates someone, it causes her to no longer be able to perform some function because she has been made incapable or unfit to perform it.

  • capacity

    The capacity of a container, such as a box or jar, is how much of something it can hold.

  • capable

    Someone who is capable of doing a job is skilled or good at it.

  • capability

    the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally

  • capaciousness

    intellectual breadth

  • capsule

    enclose in a capsule

  • encapsulate

    enclose in a capsule or other small container

  • incapability

    lack of potential for development

  • incapable

    (followed by `of') lacking capacity or ability

  • incapacity

    lack of intellectual power

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