caption : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n taking exception; especially a quibble based on a captious argument
a mere caption unworthy of a reply
- n translation of foreign dialogue of a movie or TV program; usually displayed at the bottom of the screen
- n brief description accompanying an illustration
- v provide with a caption, as of a photograph or a drawing
- Over at Swampland they're soliciting captions for the Obamalight saber pix.
- Clinton lawyer Bob Bennett has dismissed the suit as "tabloid trash with a legal caption on it" and once boasted that in a trial he could win the case in 20 minutes.
- Commenter Martin Gale starts it off, with the following caption for the photo posted below: Reporters listen as Larry Craig gives a speech in one of his favorite locales.
- Roy Greenslade in Melbourne Herald Sun
What doesn't help is that the caption accompanying it is one of those pieces of rather speculative whimsy, in which the writer is pretending that he knows what she might be thinking,Greenslade told Sky News.
- Michelle Malkin in Los Angeles Times
In a posting Wednesday night, Malkin wrote: "I did not write the caption and I was not aware of it when it ran (the Baltimore studio doesn't have a monitor). I don't know if the caption writer was making a lame attempt to be hip, clueless about the...
- Abraham Foxman in Jerusalem Post
While we understand Monsignor Franco's displeasure about the photo caption, his decision to boycott the entire Holocaust Memorial Day ceremonies is unnecessarily insulting and unbecoming,said Abe Foxman, the national director of the ADL and a...