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capital

noun   /ˈkæp·ɪ·təl/
A2 ( also capital city /ˌkæp·ɪ·təl ˈsɪt·i/) the most important city in a country or state capital Paris is the capital of France.
A2 ( also capital letter /ˌkæp·ɪ·təl ˈlet·ər/) a large letter of the alphabet used at the beginning of sentences mayúscula
[no plural] money used in business capital
(Definition of capital from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

capital

noun /ˈkӕpitl/
the chief town or seat of government capital Paris is the capital of France.
(also capital letter) any letter of the type found at the beginning of sentences, proper names etc mayúscula THESE ARE CAPITAL LETTERS / CAPITALS.
(business ) money (for investment etc) capital You need capital to start a new business.
capitalism noun
a system of economics in which money and business are controlled by capitalists capitalismo Free competition is one of the central tenets of capitalism.
capitalist noun
a person who has a lot of money in business concerns capitalista Marxists claim that the idea of the free market is a fiction created by capitalists to justify a system that benefits them.
capitalist adjective ( capitalistic)
capitalista a capitalist economy.
(Definition of capital from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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