If you're just now emerging from the TikTok vortex that sucked you for the last few hours, welcome. You probably now know how to do the "woah," have annoyingly catchy songs stuck in your head, and are studying up on brand new lingo. What's TTR? How do you "ship" a couple? And what does "no cap" mean on TikTok? No cap is more than just a hashtag — it's mentioned in this viral song by YoungBoy Never Broke Again that loads of TikTok users lip-sync to, it's a phrase used by the hottest influencers, and its emojis often flood the comments section. And yet, despite the endless references, it isn't easy to nail down a specific definition based on context clues alone. Per Urban Dictionary, no cap "usually means no lie ," so it often follows an unbelievable statement or serious question. And according to Dictionary. Some people also use it to mean "totally.
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Sometimes this is conveyed by declarations in all cap s about how amazing the universe is. People have lost their jobs and are left with no or limited sources of income, companies specifically small and medium cap businesses are shutting down. That might mean setting a price cap on what a landlord can charge or limiting the amount the rent can be raised.
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Are You A Spelling Star? The expression no cap is slang meaning "no lie" or "for real," often used to emphasize someone is not exaggerating about something hard to believe. Want more of the hottest words? This meaning of cap dates back to the early s. It appears on Twitter by at least , though it was almost certainly in use in spoken English before then. For example, some professional athletes have no salary cap on how much they can be paid.