Definition of 'cape'
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He bounded into the club with a blue muscle chest and red cape. The Sun (2007)She wears a cape and mask and is a carer for disabled adults by day. The Sun (2011)The man is known to wear a cape. The Sun (2008)Just gonna wear this cape for a while. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Layer up with a polo neck, followed by chunky knits and a cape coat. The Sun (2014)Don't be tempted to wear a cape or go around muttering about destiny. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But she shouldn't wear a cape. The Sun (2015)Try putting a cardigan on backwards or wearing your coat as a cape, hanging loosely off your shoulders. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His father worked all hours but didn't change into a red cape and blue tights to save the world. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I got the yellow catsuit off the net but the cape and mask were custom-made. The Sun (2010)I didn't have my hat on or cape. The Sun (2015)He then vanished - leaving her wrapped in his red cape, the only clue to his identity. The Sun (2010)Its hero struts about in underpants, a cape and red wellies, and the narrator is a talking cat. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Wear a silver cape. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He loved wearing a cape and he also had a tiny PVC thong, which was hot. The Sun (2008)
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Used Occasionally. cape is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cape'
British English: cape NOUN
A cape is a large piece of land that sticks out into the sea from the coast.
She sailed round the the cape.
Definition of cape from the Collins English Dictionary
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