English version

be capped by something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe capped by somethingbe capped by somethingto have something very good or very bad at the end of an event a fabulous weekend, capped by dinner in the Times Square Hotel cap
Examples from the Corpus
be capped by somethingSaturday night was capped by a ranger program, goodies and campfire stories.The festivities were capped by an emotional presentation of a set of Bohemian cut glass from the staff to Bernard and Laura.The jute tips were capped by an ethereal green mist, through which a dozen or so fist-sized stars peeked.They were capped by flat discs and had a smooth surface without any semblance of an aero dynamic profile.The five-run flurry was capped by Steve Finley, who hit a three-run homer.And it fears spending could soon be capped by the Government.
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