Definición de capitular en inglés:

capitular

Silabificación: ca·pit·u·lar
Pronunciación: /kəˈpiCHələr
 
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adjetivo

  • 1Of or relating to a cathedral chapter.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Cathedrals which were not monastic foundations, and collegiate churches, were served by secular clergy, the canons or prebendaries, who constituted the capitular body or chapter.
    • It is very probable that the origin of the capitular body may be found in the bishop's household, his familia, as it existed in patristic times.
    • Let some suitable remuneration be paid him out of the episcopal or capitular revenue.
  • 2 Anatomy & Biology Of or relating to a capitulum.
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    • The medullar filaments terminate as a bundle of 1-4 - cm capitular filamerits above the thallus, thereby forming the brushy cap from which Penicillus derives its name.
    • A second sample of 50 randomly chosen achenes of each capitular type was used to determine achene weight, achene dimensions and pappus length.
    • The aragonite needles ranged from 1 to 4 m in length and were bundled in apparently random arrangements in a 10-m-thick zone between the outer walls of the capitular, medular, and cortical filaments.

Origen

early 16th century: from late Latin capitularis, from Latin capitulum 'small head'.

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