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The Department of the Environment is capping local authorities’ spending.
The interest rate has been capped at 7.5 per cent.
Rix was capped for England 17 times.
He has now become Brazil’s most capped goalkeeper.
Every time I made a joke, Kim tried to cap it.
His victory in the world championship capped a brilliant week’s skiing.
The festivities were capped by a presentation to all the committee members.
She’d had three of her teeth capped.
It’s a good idea to cap the chimney to prevent dirt from getting in.