Meaning of ENCAPSULATE in English

transcription, транскрипция: [ ɪnkæpsjʊleɪt ]

( encapsulates, encapsulating, encapsulated)

To encapsulate particular facts or ideas means to represent all their most important aspects in a very small space or in a single object or event.

A Wall Street Journal editorial encapsulated the views of many conservatives...

His ideas were encapsulated in a book called ‘Democratic Ideals and Reality’.

VERB : V n , be V-ed in n , also V n in n

• en‧cap‧su‧la‧tion


...a witty encapsulation of modern America.

N-COUNT : usu sing , usu N of n

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