capote
capote
noun
1. (hooded cloak) 
a. el capote (M) 
Elizabeth threw on a capote and headed out into the drizzle.Elizabeth se echó un capote encima y salió bajo la llovizna.
The women in the picture on the wall were all wearing dark capotes.Todas las mujeres de la pintura en la pared llevaban capas oscuras con capucha.
capote
capote
masculine noun
1. (clothing) 
a. cloak 
El monje llevaba un capote marrón que ocultaba su cara.The monk was wearing a brown cloak that hid his face.
2. (bullfighting) 
a. cape 
El capote del torero era rosa fucsia por un lado y amarillo por el otro.The bullfighter's cape was fuchsia on one side and yellow on the other side.
3. (military) 
a. greatcoat 
El soldado que vigilaba la puerta llevaba puesto un capote para protegerse del frío.The soldier who was guarding the door was wearing a greatcoat to protect himself against cold.
capote
Noun
1. (capa) 
a. cape with sleeves 
2. (militar) 
a. greatcoat 
3. (bullfighting) 
a. cape 
4. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
echar un capote a alguiento give somebody a (helping) hand
capote
1 (capa) cloak; (Mil) cape; capote
de capote (México) on the sly; in an underhand way
darse capote (México) to give up one's job
dijo algo para su capote he said sth to himself
echar un capote a algn to give o lend sb a helping hand
hacer capote (Arg) to be very successful
Las películas sonoras, las primeras, ya hicieron capote
2 (Taur) (bullfighter's) cape
capote de brega cape used in the first part of the bullfight
capote de paseo bullfighter's ceremonial capelet
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