Captions [noun]

Definition of Captions:

heading; short description

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Sentence/Example of Captions:

The publisher has also beefed up the length of captions to add context around the posts, encouraging people to read more.

Keep in mind that some apps may not support these particular settings or closed captions at all, though you might be able to find caption settings inside unsupported apps.

The next time any app plays audio or video, you should see closed captions appear in real time.

Tap and drag the captions to move them, or double-tap them to increase or decrease their size.

On video streaming appsJust about every video streaming app you’ll come across will have an option for closed captions.

This means that if you want captions, you’ll have to rely on the smart AI-powered voice recognition systems built into your video-calling app of choice.

You may have writers who are excellent in long-form content, but other writers might be more adept at writing email campaigns or social media captions.

The scheme is made for three years' wear and is given with the caption that the girls themselves chose.

Under this caption must be placed certain conditions that may under given circumstances be important.

Fly-away Peg, they called her, and the way she flew to school on her blue roan might easily have merited the caption.