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cape

noun [C] uk   /keɪp/ us  

cape noun [C] (LAND)

a very large piece of land sticking out into the sea: the Cape of Good Hope

cape noun [C] (COAT)

a type of loose coat without sleeves that is fastened at the neck and hangs from the shoulders
Translations of “cape”
in Spanish capa…
in French cape…
in German der Umhang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陸地, 岬, 海角…
in Russian накидка, мыс…
in Turkish pelerin, burun, denize doğru uzanan kara parçası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陆地, 岬, 海角…
in Polish peleryna, przylądek…
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