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Put A Cap On

Put A Cap On - to put a limit on something

  • I have to put a cap on the amount that I can spend on a car.
  • At what amount do you want to put a cap on the amount that we can spend for a wedding dress?
  • I need to put a cap on the amount of time that I spend at work.
  • They put a cap on the amount that they can raise the rent.
  • The government wants to put a cap on the health insurance tax.
  • Our teachers put a cap on the amount of homework that they give is every week.

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