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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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BEIRUT: Champions Ahed recorded a come-from-behind 3-1 win over Nejmeh Sunday to cap off a stunning league campaign in which the Beirut club went undefeated.
"You literally have to take the cap off to properly see it."
"Mr Aziz knows this man and was giving him a lift and he knocked his cap off in fun.
To cap off a truly magnificent weekend of art, I watched the brilliant Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band round off Glastonbury in style.
Jason Price looked dangerous for Rovers but wasted good chances to cap off some good approach play, while Lewis Guy's delicate lob went just wide.
Yeovil then tried to grab a goal back but Rovers stood firm and the tie was put beyond any doubt when Shuker (pictured) smashed the ball home seven minutes from time to cap off a vital away win.
Once you get the cap off, try putting Teflon plumbing tape (available at home center for SI a roll) around the spout before closing it.
Superman Returns and The Christopher Reeve Superman Collection Cap off this year's "Is Superman gay?" kerfuffle with the Bryan Singer saga that started it all.
Realizing that it wasn't working, I looked outside to see that Joe Pease and Azar the Great were playing in a fire hydrant that the local neighborhood kids have broken the cap off of.
After handling the sales of some of the year's biggest residential deals, including the dispositions of Macklowe's River Terrace and the Resnicks' The Gershwin in recent weeks, Eastdil's Doug Harmon will cap off the summer fittingly by tackling his biggest assignment yet, the sale of ultra-luxury residential rental building, The Langham.
Citing a need to ensure an adequate, long-term supply of electricity and to equalize previous subsidized electricity prices, the provincial government took the price cap off and imposed new prices through the Electricity Restructuring Act, 2004.
To use Spoty, simply snap the cap off the handy squeeze bottle, turn it upside down, squeeze and paint.
To remove the standard flat-faced cap, processors have to resort to whacking the cap off with a screwdriver and tri-clamp clamp.
Walker handled outside the box and referee Mike Riley had no choice but to send the England cap off.
He netted his first goal for the club to cap off a 6-0 CIS Insurance Cup win over Forfar during the week after assisting in three other goals.