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caption
noun
1 the words that accompany a photograph, cartoon, etc to explain it.
2 a heading given to a chapter, article, etc.
3 wording appearing on a television or cinema screen as part of a film or broadcast.
verb (captioned , captioning ) to provide a caption or captions for something.
[18c in sense 2; 14c in sense -seizure, capture-: from Latin captio act of seizing, from capere to take]


captious
adjective inclined to find fault.
[14c: from Latin captiosus arguing falsely, from captio seizing]
captiously adverb .
captiousness noun .


captivate
verb (captivated , captivating ) to delight, charm or fascinate.
[16c: from Latin captivare to take captive]
captivating adjective .
captivatingly adverb .
captivation noun .


captive pronunciación
noun a person or animal that has been caught or taken prisoner.
adjective
1 kept prisoner.
2 held so as to be unable to get away.
3 forced into a certain state or role captive market .
[14c: from Latin captivus prisoner, from captus taken]
captivity noun (captivities ) the condition or period of being captive or imprisoned.


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