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rate-cap

/ (ˈreɪtˌkæp) /
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verb -caps, -capping or -capped (tr)
(formerly in Britain) to impose on (a local authority) an upper limit on the level of the rate it may levy
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Derived forms of rate-cap

rate-capping, noun
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