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September 3, 2013 - Word of the Day

capture

 

The word "capture" means to catch something or someone who has escaped or needs to be found. The pronunciation of this word is capture (cap shur).

  • The police captured the man who robbed the bank.
  • A little boy captured a butterfly with a net.
  • Whitey Bulger escaped capture for decades.
  • His capture made national headlines. (This sentence uses "capture" as a noun.)
  • The United States captured Sadam Hussein after an exhausting manhunt.
  • It's hard to capture a fish with your bare hands.
  • The woman was captured by a monster.

captured The monster captured her.

 

The word "capture" can also be used when taking photographs or using a video camera:

  • Marta captured her son's graduation on video.
  • A cell phone does a good job of capturing images.
  • A camera captured the exact moment when the horse crossed the finish line.

 

 

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