Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.


(kăp′sə-lāt′, -lĭt, -syo͝o-) also


Enclosed in or formed into a capsule.

cap′su·la′tion n.
References in periodicals archive ?
When we compare corporate Web sites to determine best practices, we believe that sites should have investor-friendly "sub-sections" of the IR site that capsulate key information so that investors don't have to wade through SEC filings.
Many students at this level of academia have already written a master's thesis and are acquainted with the path that must be trod in order to produce a document that will capsulate their research and findings.
For example, to capsulate a mission statement in its most succinct form, one need look no farther than the Department of Veterans Affairs' standard motto--"to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan.
Regardless of this view, the Geneva Conventions capsulate a great deal of customary international law that would then apply to all parties to an international armed conflict.
Physician Practice Options has a regular section, "Capital Ideas," devoted to alternative sources of capital, current popular sources of capital, rate of capital activity, market performance of health care organizations, and strategic considerations, risks, and opportunities for acquiring capsulate.
ligni that form in the lamina, or the 2 mm long subovoid capsulate galls of Neuroterus that form attached to the undersurface of the lamina.