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Capablanca

[ kap-uh-blang-kuh; Spanish kah-pah-blahng-kah ]
/ ˌkæp əˈblæŋ kə; Spanish ˌkɑ pɑˈβlɑŋ kɑ /
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noun
Jo·sé Ra·oul [haw-se rah-ool], /hɔˈsɛ rɑˈul/, 1888–1942, Cuban chess master.
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How to use Capablanca in a sentence

  • Compare this game with the Winter-Capablanca game at Hastings.

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British Dictionary definitions for Capablanca

Capablanca
/ (Spanish kapaˈβlaŋka) /

noun
José Raúl (xoˈse raˈul), called Capa or the Chess Machine 1888–1942, Cuban chess player; world champion 1921–27.
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