cap it all off


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cap it all off (third-person singular simple present caps it all off, present participle capping it all off, simple past and past participle capped it all off)

  1. (idiomatic, sometimes ironic) To finish or complete something; to add a finishing touch.
    We went for a walk along the beach, watched the sunset, and then capped it all off with a lovely meal.
    What a day. I lost my wallet, my mobile phone broke, then to cap it all I got a flat tyre.
  2. (idiomatic) To surpass or outdo something.