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a       sm   (=jefe)   boss  
(=persona influyente)  
bigwig *     
[+de la mafia]  
capo     (esp Colombia)   drug baron  
es un capo        (en arte, profesión)    he's a real pro *  , he's brilliant  
b       adj inv   great *  , fabulous *     

capó         sm  
bonnet, hood   (EEUU)  ,   (Aer)   cowling
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

capó, capó, capón, capoc

levanta el capó para que respire el motor exp.
put the bonnet up to ventilate the engine

Entry related to:respirar

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
he's brilliant
he's a real pro
'capo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
un capo de la Mafia
adv. adj.
bajo el capó
mirar bajo el capó
mirar bajo el capó
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"capo": examples and translations in context
Con Paulie encerrado, hay un nuevo capo suplente del grupo. With Paulie in the can, there's a new acting capo of his crew.
El Detective retirado Bernie Sullivan, tu antiguo capo Vincent Deluca. Retired Detective Bernie Sullivan, your old capo Vincent Deluca.
El truco de convertirse en un capo en cualquier industria es la innovación. The trick to becoming a kingpin in any industry is innovation.
Cuando eres un capo el mundo gira rápido. When you're a kingpin, word travels fast.
Junior Soprano capo de la familia del mismo nombre ha sido acusado de extorsión. Junior Soprano boss of the crime family that bears his name was indicted today on federal racketeering charges.
Aquí es donde el capo come. Here is where the boss eats.
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