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cap off

To finish something, often in a particularly good or bad way. A noun can be used between "cap" and "off" or after "off." Come on, we need to throw one last party to cap off our senior year! And then, to cap the terrible evening off, the waiter dropped my dinner in my lap!
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Mr Aziz knows this man and was giving him a lift and he knocked his cap off in fun.
So when Linkin Park followed The Offspring to cap off the night, the band didn't really have to do much to keep the momentum going.
He frequently had his cap off within seconds of the game's start and continually displaced it after officials ordered him to put it back on.
California lawmakers met with Mexico's president Thursday to cap off a trade mission with a simple message: California isn't all that evil.
Among the conditions the commission would like to see include having Waste Management cap off the existing landfill as soon as possible, replanting the area with native plants, and establishing a community advisory panel to deal with problems, Russell said.