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Related to recap: recapitalization

re·cap 1

 (rē-kăp′)
tr.v. re·capped, re·cap·ping, re·caps
1. To replace a cap or caplike covering on: recapped the bottle.
2. To restore (a used tire of a motor vehicle) to usable condition by bonding new rubber onto the worn tread and lateral surface.
n. (rē′kăp′)
A tire that has been recapped.

re·cap 2

 (rē′kăp′) Informal
tr.v. re·capped, re·cap·ping, re·caps
To recapitulate: recapped the headlines at the end of the news broadcast; recapped her favorite reality show on her blog.
n.
A summary or recapitulation, as of a news report, sports contest, or television show.

recap

vb, -caps, -capping or -capped
informal short for recapitulate
n
1. informal short for recapitulation
2. (Automotive Engineering) Austral and NZ another name for retread
reˈcappable adj

re•cap1

(v. ˈriˌkæp, riˈkæp; n. ˈriˌkæp)

v. -capped, -cap•ping,
n. v.t.
1. to recondition (a worn automobile tire) by cementing on a strip of prepared rubber and vulcanizing by subjecting to heat and pressure in a mold.
n.
2. a recapped tire.
[1935–40]
re•cap′pa•ble, adj.

re•cap2

(ˈriˌkæp)

n., v. -capped, -cap•ping. n.
1. a recapitulation.
v.t., v.i.
2. to recapitulate.
[1945–50; by shortening]

recap

, recapitulate - Recap is short for recapitulate, literally "repeat the headings."
See also related terms for repeat.

recap


Past participle: recapped
Gerund: recapping

Imperative
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Present
I recap
you recap
he/she/it recaps
we recap
you recap
they recap
Preterite
I recapped
you recapped
he/she/it recapped
we recapped
you recapped
they recapped
Present Continuous
I am recapping
you are recapping
he/she/it is recapping
we are recapping
you are recapping
they are recapping
Present Perfect
I have recapped
you have recapped
he/she/it has recapped
we have recapped
you have recapped
they have recapped
Past Continuous
I was recapping
you were recapping
he/she/it was recapping
we were recapping
you were recapping
they were recapping
Past Perfect
I had recapped
you had recapped
he/she/it had recapped
we had recapped
you had recapped
they had recapped
Future
I will recap
you will recap
he/she/it will recap
we will recap
you will recap
they will recap
Future Perfect
I will have recapped
you will have recapped
he/she/it will have recapped
we will have recapped
you will have recapped
they will have recapped
Future Continuous
I will be recapping
you will be recapping
he/she/it will be recapping
we will be recapping
you will be recapping
they will be recapping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recapping
you have been recapping
he/she/it has been recapping
we have been recapping
you have been recapping
they have been recapping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recapping
you will have been recapping
he/she/it will have been recapping
we will have been recapping
you will have been recapping
they will have been recapping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recapping
you had been recapping
he/she/it had been recapping
we had been recapping
you had been recapping
they had been recapping
Conditional
I would recap
you would recap
he/she/it would recap
we would recap
you would recap
they would recap
Past Conditional
I would have recapped
you would have recapped
he/she/it would have recapped
we would have recapped
you would have recapped
they would have recapped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.recap - a summary at the end that repeats the substance of a longer discussion
capitulation - a summary that enumerates the main parts of a topic
epanodos - recapitulation of the main ideas of a speech (especially in reverse order)
2.recap - a used automobile tire that has been remolded to give it new treads
auto tire, automobile tire, car tire, rubber tire - a tire consisting of a rubber ring around the rim of an automobile wheel
Verb1.recap - summarize briefly; "Let's recapitulate the main ideas"
sum up, summarize, summarise, resume - give a summary (of); "he summed up his results"; "I will now summarize"
hash over, rehash, retrograde - go back over; "retrograde arguments"

recap

verb
Informal. To give a recapitulation of the salient facts of:
noun
Informal. A condensation of the essential or main points of something:
Translations

recap

[ˈriːkæp]
A. Nrecapitulación f, resumen m
B. VI (= sum up) → recapitular, resumir

recap

[ˈriːkæp]
[ˌriːˈkæp] virécapituler
vtrécapituler

recap

1 (inf)
nkurze Zusammenfassung; can we have a quick recap?können wir kurz rekapitulieren or zusammenfassen?

recap

2 (US Aut)
vtrunderneuern

recap

1 [ˈriːˌkæp] (fam)
1. nriepilogo
2. vt & viriepilogare, ricapitolare

recap

2 [ˈriːˌkæp] n (Am) (tyre) → pneumatico rigenerato
References in classic literature ?
At this moment I can recap to my mind their slender shafts, and the graceful inequalities of their bark, on which my eye was accustomed to dwell day after day in the midst of my solitary musings.
WBEZ-produced "Nerdette Recaps Game of Thrones with Peter Sagal" podcast available Mondays after GoT episodes
Etzel brings 22 years of global real estate and private equity investment and product development experience to RECAP, having served most recently as managing director of BHF/BANK and head of alternative investments.
If enough people use the RECAP online system, then eventually the site will be able to offer a substantial collection of free documents, the law blog explained.
Strumming as loudly as it can, supported only by string pizzicatos, it strains to sound big enough to set the table for the ensuing orchestral tutti at the recap.
Fans came close to the breaking point last season when new episodes proved vexingly slow in coming between repeats and recap shows and, when they did air, failed to advance the story line or provide deeper insights into the island's mysteries.
The newsletter recaps cartoon gags that appear in more than 50 publications in North America.
The private recap route was preferable given our needs and what we wanted to do going forward.
Further findings showed that RECAP clients who completed less than three months of the program were twice as likely to have an unsuccessful program outcome than RECAP graduates.
Because the defendant's story typically has been repeated often during the preceding interrogation, the emotional edge reflective of remorse can be lost during the recorded recap.