noun, plural ca·pa·ta·ces [kah-pah-tah-thes, -ses; English kap-uh-tah-siz] /ˌkɑ pɑˈtɑ θɛs, -sɛs; English ˌkæp əˈtɑ sɪz/. Spanish.
Examples from the Web for capataz
To become the capataz of a vineyard is the highest ambition of the labourer.Wild Spain (Espaa agreste)|Abel Chapman
The capataz cast a look of rage at the Tigercat, and left the jacal grumbling.Stoneheart|Gustave Aimard
"We have nothing to fear from fire here," the capataz observed.The Tiger-Slayer|Gustave Aimard
That man was the only one who cared whether he fell into the hands of the Monterists or not, the Capataz reflected bitterly.Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard|Joseph Conrad
"You must double your vigilance," the capataz said to the gaucho.Last of the Incas|Gustave Aimard