Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cap"

The meaning of "Cap" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does literally what does cap mean on social media there are some cmt like 'no cap' mean?
A: cap means to lie. So when someone says, “no cap” they mean that they aren’t lying.
example: I didn’t take your food, no cap.
Q: What does no cap mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does To cap mean?
A: It’s a slang term in America which means “to lie” or “to bluff”
Q: What does no cap mean?
A: what context

an item has no cap means it is missing a lid.

in other terms it means there is no maximum or limit.
Q: What does removing a cap mean?
A: cap = upper limit
The number of licenses handed out per year used to be limited, but it isn't anymore.

Example sentences using "Cap"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cap off.
A: thank you!! does cap off mean finish?
Q: Please show me example sentences with cap.
A:

The cap you’re wearing is really cool.

He bought a baseball cap while at the stadium.

Did you remember to put the cap on the bottle?

The radiator is leaking. I wonder if there’s a problem with the radiator cap.


Q: Please show me example sentences with "cap off / capped off".
A: Honestly, though. Most people just use "capped" without "off". The phone provider capped my unlimited data. The man capped the other man's bottle. The student capped off the whole speech with a salute.
Q: Please show me example sentences with If the cap fits, wear it!.
A: I believe it's very similar to that expression we have in Portuguese "se a carapuça serviu..." hahaha

Synonyms of "Cap" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cap and hat ?
A: The part of the hat that blocks the sun from your eyes is called a brim. A cap only has a brim in front. If the hat has a brim all the way around or no brim, it cannot be a cap.

Hat is the most general term. If you are not certain, say "hat". Caps are a type of hat.
Q: What is the difference between cap and button ?
A: The picture you shared is of a cap for bottles. A cap is like a hat for something. You can wear a baseball cap. You can buy cap erasers for your pencils.

A button is something you push or click to make something happen. You push the button for the elevator.
Q: What is the difference between cap and lid ?
A: I’ve spent some more time thinking about it and I think caps can also be more than one use - for example pen caps and toothpaste caps. I think the different between a cap and a lid is that a cap is usually covering something narrow while a lid is covering something wider.
Q: What is the difference between cap and lid and top ?
A: They're all interchangeable really. But i guess to be more specific.

A "cap" usually applies to plastic waterbottles for example.

A "top" usually applies to glass bottles like beer bottles

And a "lid" usually applies to jars, (like pickle jars), or containers.

But really you can mix and match and everyone will know what youre talking about cause theyre all the same things really. They just mean a cover to something.
Q: What is the difference between this cap is a bit big for me and this cap is a bit big on me ?
A: "Big for me" means the size looks odd on you. "Big on me" means it doesn't fit because it's too big. You can say both if the hat isn't right and it'll be understood.

Translations of "Cap"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? No cap
A: It means like “I’m serious” or “not lying”
Another commune thing people say is “deadass”
These are both casual slang except “No cap” is a AAVE (African-American Vernacular English) term that many Black people do not like non-Black people to say because AAVE is a dialect only for people that were raised using it is allowed to use. So be careful who you say it around!

Hope this helped😌
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flat cap(cloth cap)
A: I usually hear it referred to as a ‘cabbie cap’.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Assume that you are in a cap and you want to take off to the right side of the road after the traffic. How do you say that? My guess was "Please drop me off on the right side after the traffic."
A: Sounds good. Many speakers would just say "....on the right, after the traffic."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 洗面所のシンクの栓(せん) the black cap for the sink in a powder room.
A: We use "drain plug" or maybe "sink stopper" :)

Other questions about "Cap"

Q: I found a nice cap at online yesterday so I ordered it and am waiting for to get it sent to me until now. I wish it'll fit to me.
does this sound natural?
A: "I found a nice cap online yesterday so I ordered it and am waiting for it to be sent to me. I hope it'll fit me" sounds a lot more natural!
Q: this cap just suits me to a T! does this sound natural?
A: Remove the "just", and it'll be perfect.
Q: I want the cap off of this bottle. does this sound natural?
A: You can also just say "I want the cap off this bottle"
Q: Can I say "I'd like to try this cap." for "I'd like to try this cap on."?
A: "I'd like to try this cap on." = I want to wear it right now to see how it looks.

"I'd like to try this cap." = I want to have it/buy it and try wearing it some days.
Q: To collect caps is easy.
Caps are easy to collect. does this sound natural?
A: Your second sentence is fine. "Caps are easy to collect."
The choice of is/are for sentence 1 is made by "collecting" not "caps".
The choice of is/are for sentence 2 is made by "caps".
If you can take out a word and have it still make sense you will know which determines is/are.
Same meaning if you have context:
Collecting is easy.
Caps are easy.

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