English version

be capped with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe capped with somethingbe capped with somethingCOVERto have a particular substance on top a graceful tower capped with a golden dome magnificent cliffs capped by lovely wild flowers cap
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be capped with somethingThe forefinger of this was capped with a golden nib!Nocks are vulnerable when landing; but can themselves be capped with a length of vinyl tube.The central movements are beautifully played, to be capped with a superb opening of the finale.Warped and folded Paleozoic strata and reddish Tertiary volcanic rocks are capped with dark Quaternary basalt flows.One is Skorpios, home of the Onassis family; other islands are capped with neat white villages seemingly from another century.
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