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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  
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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
Naturalmente, pero he encontrado que Thibault cancela a capo ferro. Naturally, but I find that Thibault cancels out Capo Ferro.
Belle Rêve necesita un nuevo capo. Belle Rêve needs a new capo.
Es un importador de tejidos y un presunto capo de un emergente cartel latinoamericano aquí. He's a textile importer and a suspected kingpin in an emerging Latin American crime ring right here.
El truco de convertirse en un capo en cualquier industria es la innovación. The trick to becoming a kingpin in any industry is innovation.
Es un joven capo de la mafia. He's a young mob boss.
Es gracioso que llames a Boyd Crowder capo criminal. What's funny is you calling Boyd Crowder a crime boss.
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