Capper meaning

kăp'ər
The definition of a capper is an award or achievement that tops whatever came before.

An example of a capper is getting a new client and then getting a promotion.

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A capper is defined as someone who puts tops or lids on something.

An example of a capper is a person working at a beer bottling plant.

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One that caps or makes caps.
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Something that surpasses or completes what has gone before; a finishing touch or finale.
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One who acts as a decoy, as in a confidence game.
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A person or device that caps something or makes caps.
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Something that follows and is better than an earlier achievement, condition, etc.
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One that caps.
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A device or person that applies caps, as to bullets or bottles.
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A person that makes or sells caps.
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(US, slang, dated) A by-bidder; a decoy for gamblers.
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Origin of capper

  • cap +‎ -er
    From Wiktionary