recap

[ verb ree-kap, ree-kap; noun ree-kap ]SEE DEFINITION OF recap
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WORD ORIGIN

1856, "put a cap on again," from re- + cap (n.). Specific sense "put a strip of rubber on the tread of a tire" is 1920s. As a shortened form of recapitulate, it dates from 1920s. Related: Recapped; recapping.

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