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capital 1

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

noun

  • 2 countable (letter) write your name in capitals
    escriba su nombre con mayúsculas
    small capitals
    versalitas (feminine plural)
    Example sentences
    • At the end of the game some fans standing in a row behind one of the goals held up the letters of Ronaldo's name in big white capitals, just like the Hollywood sign.
    • In tap, we have sentences and there is structure in the paragraph: All sentences begin with a capital letter; there are commas, exclamations.
    • The author of this new, third biography of the poet notes that Cummings signed his name in capitals in his personal correspondence, dealings with publishers and his diaries.
  • 3 uncountable (Finance) to make capital (out) of something
    sacar provecho or partido de algo
    capitalizar algo
    they are seeking to gain political capital from the affair
    intentan sacar provecho político del asunto
    (before noun) (costs/inflows)
    de capital
    capital assets
    activo (masculine) fijo or inmovilizado
    capital equipment o goods
    bienes (masculine plural) de equipo or capital
    capital expenditure/investment
    gasto (masculine) /inversión (feminine) de capital
    capital grant (in UK)
    subvención (feminine) de capital
    capital growth
    aumento (masculine) del capital
    crecimiento (masculine) del capital
    capital loss capital ratio
    ratio (masculine) de capital
    capital stock capital transfer tax (in UK) (History)
    impuesto (masculine) sobre las transferencias de capital
    Example sentences
    • The payback period is the number of years it takes before a project's discounted cash flows equal the initial capital invested.
    • Such a fast return on capital invested made the management purchase of Parc look like a real bargain.
    • There's a growing group of wealthy people who want to invest some of their capital in something that has a social purpose.

adjective

  • 1 (Law)
    (crime/offense)
    que está sancionado con la pena de muerte
    Example sentences
    • The State of Texas has accordingly charged Yates with capital murder, a crime for which she may face the death penalty.
    • Not realising that he was charged with a capital offence, the undefended Downey pleaded guilty.
    • However I find this inconsistent with his claim to have feared being arrested for capital offences.
  • 3 (Printing)
    (letter)
    mayúscula
    I don't believe in art with a capital A
    no creo en el Arte con mayúsculas
    Example sentences
    • Assuming the piece is publishable, my name will be in there with a few names with a capital N.
    • My loyalties, however, lie with one uncle only, and his name starts with a capital S.
    • In relation to a capital T, if it is just a nice, straight vertical line with a cross across the top, it is a sans serif font - a square block.
  • 4 (excellent) [dated] (as interjection) capital!
    ¡estupendo!
    Example sentences
    • Euan Semple, all-round capital fellow and big-time blogger at the BBC, got his gapingvoid t-shirt.
    • He sounds like a capital bloke.
    • The first mate is a Pole called Conrad and is a capital chap.

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capital 2
American English: /ˈkæpədl/
British English: /ˈkapɪt(ə)l/

noun

  • (Architecture)
    Example sentences
    • Suspended from the architrave or from the capital of the column is a pinax with a picture of Herakles.
    • The hall has highly polished, lathe-turned stone pillars, with capitals supporting brackets intricately carved with figures from Hindu mythology.
    • The throne is seen from directly in front, but the entablature and column capitals are seen from the left.

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