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capture / captura
 
capture   [ˈkæptʃər]
A. -noun
1. [of animal, soldier, escapee]   captura (f),   apresamiento (m)
b. [of city etcetera]   toma (f),   conquista (f)
2. (computing)   captura (f),   recogida (f)
3. (=thing caught)   presa (f)
B. -transitive verb
1. [+animal]   apresar
[+soldier, escapee]   capturar,   apresar
[+city etcetera]   tomar,   conquistar   (commerce)
[+market]   conquistar,   acaparar
[+leadership]   apoderarse de
2. (=attract)
[+attention, interest]   captar
·a film that has captured the imagination of teenagers
·una película que ha cautivado la imaginaciónoun de los adolescentes
·this phenomenon has captured the attention of many scientists
·este fenómeno ha llamado la atenciónoun de muchos científicos
·the woman who has captured his heart
·la mujer que le ha arrebatado el corazónoun
3. (=convey, evoke)   captar,   reflejar
·to capture something on film
·captar algo con la cámara
4. [+data]   capturar,   recoger
 
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