feminine noun
1. (part of a large church) 
a. chapel 
La boda se celebrará en una capilla pequeña adosada a la catedral.The wedding will be performed in a small chapel that is attached to the cathedral.
2. (oratory) 
a. chapel 
El aeropuerto cuenta con una capilla en la terminal A.The airport has a chapel in Terminal A.
3. (printing) 
En la revisión de capillas solo corregimos errores muy graves.We only correct very serious mistakes when we revise proof sheets.
1. (general) 
a. chapel 
2. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
estar en capillato be awaiting execution
3. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
capilla ardientefuneral chapel
1 (Religión) chapel
capilla ardiente funeral chapel
capilla de la Virgen Lady Chapel
capilla mayor choir; chancel
estar en (la) capilla [+condenado a muerte] to be awaiting execution; (estar en peligro) to be in great danger; (estar sobre ascuas) to be on tenterhooks
3 (Música) choir
4 (Tipografía) proof sheet
estar en capillas to be at the proof stage; be in proof
5 (camarilla) group of supporters; following
6 (caperuza) cowl; (Técnica) hood; cowl
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