Cap Off

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To 'cap off' or 'cap something off' is a common idiomatic expression with several different usages. Examples are to cap it all off and capped off. This idiom is unusual in that the tense can be changed.

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The best way to 'cap off' a good dinner is with a great dessert

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The best way to 'cap off' a good dinner is with a great dessert

Meaning of 'To Cap Something Off'

To cap something off means to end it in a particularly good or bad way.

Sample Usage

"We had a great dinner and capped off the evening with a few drinks at Bernie's Bar."

"I got laid off work, lost my wallet, and to cap it all off, my wife left me."

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