cape(
keyp
)
noun
1. (geography) 
a. el cabo (M) 
If you go up the lighthouse located on the tip of the cape, you'll get a breathtaking view of the ocean.Si subes al faro que está en la punta del cabo, tendrás una vista impresionante del océano.
2. (clothing) 
a. la capa (F) 
With that red cape and those boots, you look like a superhero.Con esa capa roja y esas botas, pareces un superhéroe.
The bishop is wearing a short purple cape over his robe.El obispo tiene puesta una esclavina de tela morada encima de su túnica.
cape
Noun
1. (geography) 
a. el cabo (M) 
the Cape of Good Hopeel Cabo de Buena Esperanza
Cape TownCiudad del Cabo, El Cabo
cape [keɪp]
noun
(garment) capa (f); (short) capotillo (m); esclavina (f); [of policeman, cyclist] chubasquero (m); (Taur) capote (m);
cape [keɪp]
noun
(Geog) cabo (m)
the Cape (Cape Province) la provincia del Cabo; (Cape of Good Hope) el cabo de Buena Esperanza
modifier
Cape Canaveral (n) Cabo (m) Cañaveral
Cape Cod (n) Cape Cod
Cape Coloureds (n) personas de padres racialmente mixtos (que habitan en la provincia del Cabo)
cape honeysuckle (n) madreselva (f) siempreviva; bignonia (f) del Cabo
Cape Horn (n) cabo (m) de Hornos
Cape of Good Hope (n) cabo (m) de Buena Esperanza
Cape Province (n) Provincia (f) del Cabo
Cape Town (n) El Cabo; Ciudad (f) del Cabo
Cape Verde Islands (n) islas (f) de cabo Verde
capé I castrated
The word capé is the preterite form of capar in the first person singular. See the full capar conjugation.
capar(
kah
-
pahr
)
transitive verb
1. (veterinary) 
Capamos a la perra después de su primera camada por recomendación del veterinario.We had our dog castrated after her first litter as recommended by the vet.
b. to geld 
Decidimos capar el semental porque no encontrábamos yeguas para la cría.We decided to geld the stallion because we couldn't find any mare to breed.
2. (colloquial) (to avoid an obligation) (Colombia) 
Le dije a la monja de la escuela que me sentía mal para capar misa.I told the nun from school that I was feeling sick to get out of mass.
capar
transitive verb
1. (animal) 
a. to castrate, to geld 
2. (colloquial) (Colombia) 
a. no direct translation 
capar claseto play
capar
transitive verb
1 [+animal] to castrate; geld
2 to reduce; cut down; curtail
3 (Caribe) (México) (Agr) to cut back; prune
4 (And) (Caribe) [+comida] to start on
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