recapped

[ verb ree-kap, ree-kap; noun ree-kap ]SEE DEFINITION OF recapped
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECAPPED

Dasinger shrugged resignedly, recapped the tube, and dropped it in his pocket.

And while the Prince read, he recapped the button, and restored it in place.

Slowly she picked up the nearly empty jar on the floor and recapped it.

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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