capful capful


  • (n) the quantity that a cap will hold


  1. And new micro-dosing techniques, in which a capful of fertilizer is applied to the roots of a plant, minimize the flow of chemicals into rivers and streams.
  2. One, you have to have some measure of water, whether it's just a capful or a one-to-one ratio.
  3. When his dinghy starts to capsize with a full cargo of sweet young things, one tiny mutineer bites him, and he throws a capful of water in her face.
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