to express sarcastic approval
When she found it he was coming to the party, she said, "Oh, capital!"
In economics, (1) Materials or equipment used to produce goods (e.g., tools, parts, inventory, buildings, fixtures, hours of training); or (2) money that is used in a business venture. Capital is created by saving, rather than consuming, economic output. Over time, saving accumulates into capital; it also depreciates.
The total amount of capital in an economy is very important in determining total output.
essential to success; see key
Joe: I brought 4 cases of beer.
A given (usually high) amount of cash.
If you don't work them streets, that capital's gonna get peeled back.
In cartography, Bolivia is very important. It has 2 capitals, La Paz and Sucre. A gold star for Bolivia, or rather 2 gold stars for Bolivia.
cigarette, or a pack of cigarettes.
yo, grab me a pack of Camel capitals.