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to cap it all (off)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishto cap it all (off)to cap it all (off)British English spokenINTRODUCE used before a statement to say that something is the last in a series of annoying, unpleasant, or funny events To cap it all, the phones didn’t work, and there was no hot water. cap
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to cap it all (off)I had a terrible day at work, and to cap it all off I got a flat tire.And to cap it all off, when she was tied-up she couldn't run backwards, so she lay down instead!And to cap it all she could feel the ominous beginnings of a thundering headache.And to cap it all, the bland sleazy boredom of it all.And, to cap it all, Wimbledon won the Cup.
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