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American English: /ˈkeɪbər/
, /ˈkɑbər/
British English: /ˈkeɪbə/

Translation of caber in Spanish:


  • (in Scotland) tossing the caber
    lanzamiento (masculine) del tronco
    Example sentences
    • This is a land of festivals, more than any other, whether it means tossing cabers, weighing marrows or staging opera in country houses.
    • She had approached the men sporting with the cabers and asked them to show her how, naturally they didn't and told her that this was men's work.
    • The big difference between this and all the other Highland Games is that spectators get to participate - meek office-types, and even their husbands, can toss the caber with the big boys.
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