Complete Analogous Pair 27
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talk (someone) out of (doing something)
to persuade someone not to do something, to persuade someone to give something up
I spent an hour yesterday trying to talk my friend out of quitting his job.
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The word capital, in politics/geography, refers to the town or city that is the official center of a country's government: Washington D.C. is the capital of the U.S.
The word capitol is very specific - it refers to a building or complex of buildings where the government meets to make laws.
The capitol building in the U.S.
London is the capital of England.
In economics, the word capital refers to wealth (money and/or property) belonging to a person or company. A business that is just beginning needs start-up capital (an amount of money to get started).
We also have capital letters (ABC) - the big letters that are different from lowercase letters (abc).
Capital and capitol are pronounced the same.