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capture (verb), captures; captured; capturing
1. To take by force or surprise, to seize: The police captured the bank robbers just before they were about to make their getaway.
2. To grasp the essence of something: With a few strokes of his brush, the artist was capturing the woman's appearance in the portrait.
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