Translation of cape in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /keɪp/


  • 1 [Clothing/Indumentaria] capa (feminine)
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    • He wears a grey t-shirt underneath a plaid flannel shirt and short grey cape, jeans, runners, and a plain black mask.
    • His short cape blew along with the night wind, dancing to its melody as it sang through the desert.
    • Nutty knitwear - woollen boots, sparkly, spartan leg warmers, bizarre capes and frocks combined to create a blindingly colourful but incomprehensible collection.
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    • Cover clothing with the shoulder capes or take a cotton sheet and drape it over the clothing for the season to avoid dust and fading.
  • 2 [Geography/Geografía] cabo (masculine) the Cape (Cape Province) la provincia de El Cabo (Cape of Good Hope) el Cabo de Buena Esperanza
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    • ‘And this,’ he said, with a sweep of his arm that took in the stark capes and headlands, the fleets of islands and the sea around us, ‘this was my school room.’
    • For the same reasons sanctuaries were sited at the tip of capes or peninsulas or on an island close to the mainland.
    • Without wasting a moment we head for the last cape of the Peninsula de Paria, with the help of a GPS that they inexplicably left behind.

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