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caprice
American English: /kəˈpris/
British English: /kəˈpriːs/

Translation of caprice in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Her narrative follows a loopy line traced more by mood and caprice than by causation or chronology.
    • Essentially, what has happened to O'Neill is no more than life, with all its vagaries and caprices.
    • Dip in, and let yourself be governed by mood and caprice.

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