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capture

Sinónimos de capture en inglés:

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  • 1 a spy had been captured in Moscow
    take prisoner, take captive, take into custody;
    imprison, detain, put/throw in jail, put behind bars, put under lock and key, incarcerate;
    trap, snare, ensnare, net, hook, reel in, land, beach
    informal nab, collar, pinch, lift, nail, bust, pick up, bag, run in, haul in, pull in, feel someone's collar
    British informal nick
    [Antónimos] free
  • 2 guerrillas captured a strategic district
  • 3 haunting music captures the atmosphere of a summer morning
    express, reproduce, represent, show, encapsulate, record
  • 4 tales of pirates have captured the imagination of children through the centuries
    engage, attract, draw, gain, catch, grab, arrest, seize, hold
  • sustantivo

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  • he's extremely dangerous and will do anything to evade capture
    arrest, apprehension, seizure, being trapped, being taken prisoner, being taken captive, being taken into custody, imprisonment, being imprisoned
    informal being nabbed, being collared, being pinched, being lifted
    [Antónimos] freedom, escape
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