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cape1 / kāp/ • n. a sleeveless cloak, typically a short one. ∎  a part of a longer coat or cloak that falls loosely over the shoulders from the neckband. ∎  the pelt from the head and neck of an animal, for preparation as a hunting trophy. • v. [tr.] skin the head and neck of (an animal) to prepare a hunting trophy. DERIVATIVES: caped adj. cape2 • n. 1. a headland or promontory. ∎  (the Cape) the Cape of Good Hope. ∎  (the Cape) Cape Cod, Massachusetts. ∎  (the Cape) the former Cape Province of South Africa. 2. (Cape) short for Cape Cod (the style of house).

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cape

cape 1 tippet of a cloak XVI; sleeveless cloak XVIII. — F. — Pr. capa :- late L. cappa; see CAP.

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cape

cape 2 promontory. XIV. — (O)F. cap — Pr. :- Rom. *capo, f. L. caput head (cf. CHIEF).

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CAPE

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cape

capeagape, ape, cape, chape, crape, crêpe, drape, escape, gape, grape, jape, misshape, nape, rape, scrape, shape, tape •landscape • seascape • cityscape •skyscape • townscape • snowscape •roofscape • moonscape • broomrape •shipshape • videotape • sellotape •ticker tape

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CAPE

CAPE Clifton Assessment Procedures for the Elderly

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