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capital 1

British English: /ˈkapɪt(ə)l/
American English: /ˈkæpədl/

adjective

  • 1
    Todes (strafe, -urteil)
    Kapital (verbrechen)
    tödlich (Irrtum, Fehler, Laster, Torheit)
  • 2
    attrib.
    groß
    Groß-
    Versal [technical] (buchstabe)
    ‘I’ is written with a capital letter
    „I“ wird groß geschrieben od. mit großem I geschrieben
    with a capital A etc.
    mit großem A usw.
    mit Versal-A usw. [technical]
  • 3attrib. (principal)
    Haupt (stadt)
    London is the capital city of England
    London ist die Hauptstadt Englands
    London ist die Kapitale Englands [formal]
  • 4 (important, leading)
    einmalig (Vorteil, Person, Buch, Vorstellung)
    [dated] [informal] (excellent, first-rate) einmalig
    famos [archaic] (Idee)
    capital!
    tadellos!
    famos! [archaic]
  • 5 (Business)capital funds/stock
    Grundkapital Neutr.
    capital sum/expenditure/investment
    (Kapitalbetrag der, -aufwendungen Pl. , -anlage die)

noun

  • 1 (letter)
    Großbuchstabe Mask.
    [large] capitals
    Großbuchstaben
    Versalien [technical]
    small capitals
    Kapitälchen [technical]
    write one's name in [block] capitals
    seinen Namen in Blockbuchstaben schreiben
  • 2 (city, town)
    Hauptstadt Fem.
    Kapitale Fem. [formal]
  • 3 (stock, accumulated wealth, its holders)
    Kapital Neutr.
    personal or private capital
    Eigenkapital Neutr.
    capital and labour
    Kapital und Arbeit
    (in non-socialist terminology) Arbeitgeber und Arbeitnehmer
    make capital out of something [figurative]
    aus etwas Kapital schlagen

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capital 2

noun

  • (Architecture)
    Kapitell Neutr.
    Kapitäl Neutr.

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