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Meaning of “cape” in the English Dictionary

"cape" in British English

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capenoun [C]

uk   us   /keɪp/
  • cape noun [C] (LAND)

a very ​largepiece of ​landsticking out into the ​sea: the Cape of Good Hope
  • cape noun [C] (COAT)

a ​type of ​loosecoat without ​sleeves that is ​fastened at the ​neck and ​hangs from the ​shoulders
(Definition of cape from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cape" in American English

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capenoun [C]

 us   /keɪp/
  • cape noun [C] (LAND)

a very ​largepiece of ​land that ​sticks out into the ​sea: Cape Cod
  • cape noun [C] (COAT)

a ​loosecoat without ​sleeves which is ​fastened at the ​neck and ​hangs from the ​shoulders
(Definition of cape from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cape”
in Spanish capa…
in Vietnamese áo choàng không tay…
in Malaysian mantel tanpa lengan…
in Thai เสื้อคลุมไม่มีแขน…
in French cape…
in German der Umhang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陆地, 岬, 海角…
in Turkish pelerin, burun, denize doğru uzanan kara parçası…
in Russian накидка, мыс…
in Indonesian penutup bahu…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陸地, 岬, 海角…
in Polish peleryna, przylądek…
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