Definición de Capitol en inglés:

Capitol

Silabificación: Cap·i·tol
Pronunciación: /ˈkapədl
 
/
(usually the Capitol)
1The seat of the US Congress in Washington, DC.
1.1 (capitol) US A building housing a legislative assembly: 50,000 people marched on New Jersey’s state capitol
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The sun was already over the capitol making the glass buildings shimmer and glow in the light.
  • Boyd lived four blocks from the capitol in a seven-story apartment building.
  • Legislators appear at state capitols or in Washington, DC, every year as representatives of their constituents.
2The temple of Jupiter on the Capitoline Hill in ancient Rome.

Origen

from Old French capitolie, capitoile, later assimilated to Latin Capitolium (from caput, capit- 'head').

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