- 1 (jump) salto (masculine) to cut a caper dar* saltos or brincos de alegríaMore example sentences
- Frankie did a little caper around the back of the van, on all fours like a demented monkey.
- Rupert leaps into the crowd, has a caper around the room and still manages not to miss a beat.
- Sienna grabs onto Taranian's shoulder in a bout of joy, and does a caper around her friend, laughing in a barely sane manner.
- 2 2.1 (prank) travesura (feminine), broma (feminine) they got up to the usual student capers at the graduation party hicieron las típicas travesuras de estudiante en la fiesta de graduación and all that caper [colloquial/familiar] y toda esa historia [colloquial/familiar] 2.2 (scheme) I wonder what his little caper is me pregunto qué estará tramando or qué se traerá entre manosMore example sentences
- If he escapes, it will be a trick worthy of the swimming-pool caper.
- Tim Gillin writes about the latest caper of Australia's ‘multicultural’ bureaucrats.
- The New York Times report cleverly tries to insinuate that the caper involved currency speculation, but the truth is more interesting.