Meaning of CAPTURE in English

CAPTURE

I.

noun

VERB + CAPTURE

▪ avoid , elude , escape , evade

The refugees evaded ~ by hiding in the forest.

▪ lead to

This information led to the ~ of the murderer.

II.

verb express

ADVERB

▪ accurately , perfectly

That description ~s perfectly the feeling of being invisible.

▪ beautifully , brilliantly , vividly

▪ neatly , nicely , succinctly

VERB + CAPTURE

▪ try to

▪ be able to , manage to

▪ fail to

The exhibition on India fails to ~ the great diversity of this fascinating country.

Capture is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑ camera , ↑ film , ↑ photograph , ↑ photographer , ↑ rebel

Capture is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ attention , ↑ beauty , ↑ booty , ↑ castle , ↑ championship , ↑ complexity , ↑ crown , ↑ data , ↑ emotion , ↑ essence , ↑ feeling , ↑ flag , ↑ flavour , ↑ fugitive , ↑ headline , ↑ heart , ↑ image , ↑ imagination , ↑ likeness , ↑ majority , ↑ market , ↑ moment , ↑ mood , ↑ nuance , ↑ prey , ↑ prisoner , ↑ prize , ↑ reality , ↑ spirit , ↑ suspect , ↑ territory , ↑ title , ↑ victory

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