caplet

UK [ˈkæplət] / US noun [countable]
Word forms "caplet":
singular caplet plural caplets
a pill shaped like an oval (= a long narrow circle)

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • CAPLET (A.) — CAPLET ANDRÉ (1878 1925) Compositeur et chef d’orchestre français qui occupe une place essentielle dans la musique du début du XXe siècle, bien que son œuvre ne connaisse pas la diffusion qui devrait être la sienne. D’origine normande, André… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Caplet — can refer to one of the following:*Interest rate cap and floor *Tablet, a smooth, coated, oval shaped medicinal tablet in the shape of a capsule. *Caplet (computer security), a kind of applet, used in the CapDesk desktop environment. *André… …   Wikipedia

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  • caplet — [kap′lit] n. [< trademark Caplets for such tablets, prob. < CAP(SULE) + (TAB)LET] a solid, elongated medicine tablet, coated for easy swallowing …   English World dictionary

  • Caplet — André Caplet André Léon Caplet (* 23. November 1878 in Le Havre; † 22. April 1925 in Neuilly sur Seine) war ein französischer Komponist und Dirigent. Inhaltsverzeichnis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Caplet — André Caplet André Caplet, né au Havre le 23 novembre 1878 et mort à Neuilly sur Seine le 22 avril 1925, est un compositeur et chef d orchestre français. Biographie André Caplet était un violoniste brillant. Comme Claude… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Caplet — /kap lit/, Pharm., Trademark. an oval shaped tablet that is coated to facilitate swallowing. * * * …   Universalium

  • caplet — noun a) A type of tablet that is meant to be tamper resistant. b) A used in the analysis of …   Wiktionary

  • caplet — cap|let [kæplıt] n [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: capsule + tablet] a small smooth ↑pill (=solid piece of medicine) with a shape that is slightly longer and narrower than a ↑tablet (=a small round pill) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • caplet — n. small oval smooth medicine tablet that is coated to make swallowing easy …   English contemporary dictionary

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