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.
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Historical Examples of capataz
"It is," agreed the magnificent Capataz de Cargadores, calmly.
And the Capataz laughed a little in response to the grins of the crowd.
The Capataz was known to visit the old Dominican Convent at night.
I have been making friends with this man called Nostromo, the Capataz.
It is indeed a name of honour for the Capataz of the Cargadores of Sulaco.