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capo British & World English

A clamp fastened across all the strings of a fretted musical instrument to raise their tuning by a chosen amount

capo1 British & World English

A clamp fastened across all the strings of a fretted musical instrument to raise their tuning by a chosen amount

capo2 British & World English

The head of a crime syndicate, especially the Mafia, or a branch of one

da capo British & World English

(Especially as a direction) repeat from the beginning

capo tasto British & World English

another term for capo.

Capo di Monte British & World English

A type of porcelain first produced at the Capo di Monte palace near Naples in the mid 18th century, generally white with richly coloured rococo decoration

capo tasto in capo1 British & World English

A clamp fastened across all the strings of a fretted musical instrument to raise their tuning by a chosen amount

capo English-Spanish

capotasto m, ceja f

capo Spanish-English

boss, chief

capó Spanish-English

hood, bonnet

da capo Spanish-English

da capo