Capped-rate refers to Interest rates, usually for loans, may not exceed the upper limit, but may be lower than that.
Literal Meanings of Capped-rate
Meanings of Capped:
Install the core or cover.
Get a proper height or conclusion.
Limit or limit (price, expense or credit)
Selected as a member of specific sports teams, especially the national team.
A kind of flat, soft hat, almost always pointed.
Safety issues or items such as bottles for the cover, pen indicators or camera lenses.
Expenses or borrowing limits.
The upper part of the protruding body consists mainly of mushrooms and toad stools, with cells and gills or pores.
Summary for percussion cap
Joint Agricultural Policy.
Sentences of Capped
The crown of an unforgettable season with the title of Champions Champion
City limited budget
Voted ten times by England
Kate Eger was invited to teach at Christchurch Girls' High School while studying for a master's degree at Canterbury College and was appointed in 1882.
A man in a raincoat and flat hat
Increased spending limits for municipalities
Coral mushrooms have no lids, but the body of a fruit is made of branched grapes.
So before you buy a shotgun or swing ball for your child, there are some precautions you should take.
Synonyms of Capped
select, be a fitting climax to, upper limit, ceiling, perfect, complete, choose, round off, restrict, bung, cork, pick, include, crown, put the finishing touches to, put the finishing touch to, keep within bounds, lid, spile, put a ceiling on, top, set a limit on, stopper, limit
Meanings of Rate:
Set a pattern or value for a particular scale (object).
Think of it as a particular quality, standard or area.
A measure, quantity or frequency that is usually measured in relation to another quantity or unit of measure.
Scolding (someone) in anger
Sentences of Rate
They were asked to assess their abilities in various driving exercises.
This program is considered very successful.
Synonyms of Rate
hold to be, tariff, evaluate, appraise, compute, think to be, calculate, adjudge, amount, value, reckon to be, deem to be, price, put a value on, measure, figure, weigh up, gauge, outlay, hire, estimate, consider to be, cost, judge to be, fare