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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcapecape /keɪp/ ●○○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 magician.jpg DCCa long loose piece of clothing without sleeves that fastens around your neck and hangs from your shoulders2 SGa large piece of land surrounded on three sides by water 🔊 Cape Cod
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cape• Two bedroom cape with add-on potential.• a black cape with a red stripe down the back• So he dons black cape and mask and finds romance and adventure as El Zerro!• Players wore black Stetsons, black capes.• I unfastened my cape and laid it across my suitcases.• Until then, drivers had to wear protective capes. 3.• Capo Boi, a small cape tucked into the eastern curve of the bay, is certainly one of the loveliest.• My intention was to stand off and on the cape until the head wind changed.• Their word for this cape was Bourani.