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How Do You Spell RECAP?

Correct spelling for the English word "recap" is [ɹ_ɪ_k_ˈa_p], [ɹɪkˈap], [ɹɪkˈap]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of RECAP is RECAPS

Definition of RECAP

  1. a summary at the end that repeats the substance of a longer discussion

Anagrams of RECAP

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4 letters

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Common Misspellings for RECAP

Below is the list of 198 misspellings for the word "recap".

Similar spelling words for RECAP

Usage Examples for RECAP

  1. Quite a bit of it on several channels was nothing more than a recap of yesterday's events and repeated reruns of the video footage. - "An Encounter in Atlanta" by Ed Howdershelt
  2. Harry was to hand his rifle to Dias before the firing began, and he and Bertie were to slip fresh cartridges into these guns and recap them before sending off the last batch of their fireworks, so as to have them in readiness either to empty their contents into the flying Indians, or to cover their retreat should the fireworks fail to effect the panic they hoped for. - "The Treasure of the Incas" by G. A. Henty
  3. I'll recap a little. - "The Sky Is Falling" by Lester del Rey
  4. Perhaps, being dissatisfied with her former effort, she determined to recap it on a more splendid scale, or perhaps it was a chance. - "Love Eternal" by H. Rider Haggard

What does recap stand for?

Abbreviation RECAP means:

  1. Risk Evaluation Corrective Action Program
  2. Reconnaissance Emergency Cyber Automated Probe

Conjugate verb Recap

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have recapped
you would have recapped
he/she/it would have recapped
we would have recapped
they would have recapped
I would have recap
you would have recap
he/she/it would have recap
we would have recap
they would have recap

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been recapping
you would have been recapping
he/she/it would have been recapping
we would have been recapping
they would have been recapping

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would recap
you would recap
he/she/it would recap
we would recap
they would recap

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be recapping
you would be recapping
he/she/it would be recapping
we would be recapping
they would be recapping

FUTURE

I will recap
you will recap
he/she/it will recap
we will recap
they will recap

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be recapping
you will be recapping
he/she/it will be recapping
we will be recapping
they will be recapping

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have recapped
you will have recapped
he/she/it will have recapped
we will have recapped
they will have recapped

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been recapping
you will have been recapping
he/she/it will have been recapping
we will have been recapping
they will have been recapping

IMPERATIVE

you recap
we let´s recap

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to recap

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was recapping
you were recapping
he/she/it was recapping
we were recapping
they were recapping

PAST PARTICIPLE

recapped

PAST PERFECT

I had recapped
you had recapped
he/she/it had recapped
we had recapped
they had recapped

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been recapping
you had been recapping
he/she/it had been recapping
we had been recapping
they had been recapping

PRESENT

I recap
you recap
he/she/it recaps
we recap
they recap

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am recapping
you are recapping
he/she/it is recapping
we are recapping
they are recapping

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

recapping

PRESENT PERFECT

I have recapped
you have recapped
he/she/it has recapped
we have recapped
they have recapped

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been recapping
you have been recapping
he/she/it has been recapping
we have been recapping
they have been recapping

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it recap

SIMPLE PAST

I recapped
you recapped
he/she/it recapped
we recapped
they recapped
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