captain

captain
noun
1. (person in command) 
The captain of the Titanic was Edward John Smith.El capitán del Titanic se llamaba Edward John Smith.
2. (sports) 
Only the captain of the team is supposed to talk to the referee.Se supone que solo el capitán del equipo puede hablar con el árbitro.
3. (aeronautics) 
My cousin is an infantry captain in the same unit in which our grandfather served.Mi primo es comandante de infantería en la misma unidad en la que sirvió nuestro abuelo.
On our last flight, the captain let my son sit in the cockpit.En el último vuelo que realizamos, el capitán dejó que mi hijo se sentara en la cabina.
4. (police) 
The police captain was shot last night. The press says he was killed by the mafia.El comisario de policía fue asesinado a balazos anoche. Los medios dicen que lo mató la mafia.
transitive verb
5. (sports) 
He captained his team to a World Cup win.Capitaneó a su equipo cuando ganaron la Copa Mundial.
captain
Noun
1. (in army, air force, of team) 
a. el capitán(ana) (M)la capitán(ana) (F) 
2. (in police) (United States) 
a. el comisario(a) (M)la comisario(a) (F) 
transitive verb
3. (sport) 
a. capitanear 
captain [ˈkæptɪn]
noun
(Mil) (Náut) (Dep) capitánanacapitana (m) (f);ana capitana (Aer) comandante (m); (US) (Police) comisarioacomisaria (m) (f) de distrito;a comisaria
captain of industry magnate (m) de la industria; gran industrial (m)
transitive verb
[+team] capitanear
a team captained by Grace un equipo capitaneado por Grace
Phrases with "captain"
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Captain America
Capitán América
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