Traducción de captain en Español:

captain

capitán, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkæptən//ˈkaptɪn/

nombre

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    (rank)
    capitán masculino
    • To help alleviate a shortfall of 1,900 captains, the U.S. Army will promote officers earlier to the rank of captain beginning in October.
    • ‘With the Army at war, captains need to get back to their units,’ Thompson said.
    • Minister for Defence Robert Hill talks with an Australian Army captain and warrant officer at a Middle East base.
    • Admiral West joined the RN in 1965 and he was the captain of HMS Ardent during the Falklands War.
    • A total of 8.7 percent of Army lieutenants and captains left in 2004 for example - the highest rate since 2001.
    • He is a captain in the U.S. Naval Reserve and a P3C Orion pilot.
    • What advice would you offer to U.S. Army infantry captains considering applying for an assignment in SOUTHCOM?
    • Their children included three priests, two nuns and a naval captain.
    • The captains expect their non-signal commanders to have a high level of automation knowledge.
    • I happen to be reading the diary of Betsy Freemantle, the wife of a naval captain during the Napoleonic Wars.
    • In addition, like shining stars, there were admirals, army colonels and captains everywhere.
    • I hope some day that I will be able to visit, but certainly not in the capacity as a captain or a naval officer.
    • On Thursday, the senator agreed to lift his hold on promotions of 127 Air Force captains and majors.
    • Three to five platoons form a company, which is commanded by a captain with a first sergeant as the commander's principal NCO assistant.
    • She wore the grey tunic of a naval captain, the rank badges so green with seaspray they were unreadable.
    • In ‘Billy Budd’ the innocent boy is hanged by his reluctant captain in accordance with naval law.
    • It turned out that Matt's Dad was a naval captain and his mother worked in Hong Kong, so he had to live with his Aunt.
    • He and his wife, an active duty Army captain, have been stationed at Camp Zama for two years.
    • Also present was Sir Richard Kingsland, 92, a distinguished RAAF pilot who was one of the original aircraft captains of the squadron.
    • He was encouraged to support the Royal National Lifeboat Institution by two of his neighbours, who are retired naval captains and has already raised about £800.
    • Drawn into the murky world of naval intelligence, the captain and his multinational crew are on a mysterious mission that even DeHaan doesn't understand.
    • Gold lace became confined to flag officers in both dress and undress uniforms; captains wore it only in full dress.
    • Cumberland later went back to sea with one captain and five commanders on board - the six are shortly to assume command of their own frigates and destroyers.
    • The failure of baby boomers to effectively communicate with younger generations of soldiers is driving many captains out of the Army.
    • The heart of any Army is not its generals, but its young sergeants, captains and colonels.
    • Among those attending were First Sea Lord Admiral Sir Alan West, retired First Sea Lord Admiral Jock Slater and several former commodores and captains of Dryad.
    • These captains and lieutenants have formed a bond and mutual respect with their men and it is these faces that leaders remember for the rest of their lives.
    • Through repeated rehearsals, a captain can adjust his defensive strategy and intercept virtual attackers before they reach their targets.
    • Among the burglar's loot were Nelson's three precious Naval Gold Medals, a mark of honour awarded to admirals and captains present at certain Naval engagements in the Napoleonic Wars.
    • Historically, 95 percent of lieutenants become captains.
    • One is an Army captain with a master's degree in archaeology.
    • You would be hard pressed to find a young captain or major who hadn't flown combat sorties in the area of operations.
    • No doubt the two lieutenants, one captain, and the major looking over its sergeant's shoulder had something to do with that.
    • The plane captains, taking great pride in the condition of their jets, scrambled to their Hornets to close the canopies.
    • The state of the care at Haslar attracted the attention of the top brass, who in 1795 decided that executive command of the establishment would be better in the hands of Naval captains.
    • Even Jane Austen contributed to militarization by glorifying being a naval captain's wife in Persuasion.
    • Incidentally, this pattern was that worn by captains and commanders from 1832-1939.
    • Initially the Navy had only two ranks, lieutenant and captain; flag ranks were not established until the Civil War.
    • Because captain retention is so poor, Department of the Army has chosen to make captains from lieutenants at three years of service.
    • But the captain had summoned more naval men and now there was a small regiment chasing after them.
  • 2

    (person in command)
    capitán masculino
    capitana femenino
    this is your captain speaking les habla el comandante
    • a captain of industry un industrial influyente
    • Imagine you are the captain of a sports team facing an important match and you want to speak to everyone to persuade them to do their best.
    • He dealt with captains of industry, ministers of the Crown, peers of the realm and princes of the blood - I was on the fringes of this highly powered world.
    • The team captain leveled a thinly veiled criticism at the club president just last week.
    • You join a top of the table Sunday league team but the captain only happens to be the ex of your girlfriend.
    • It could be said that they would be captains of industry if they had directed their efforts towards honest pursuits.
    • But now, captains can bolster their teams with either a batsman or an extra bowler depending on the situation.
    • In high school, he was an excellent student and athlete, named as captain of the football team as well as editor of the school's newspaper.
    • After the Government was recently accused of being unresponsive, the chief minister called a meeting of industry captains and promised to address all issues on a war footing.
    • Joe is a powerful leader, a straight talker and a seasoned captain of industry.
    • He had been captain of the football team, captain of the basketball team, MVP of all the sports he played.
    • Armed with information gathered from personal station visits, Mariswamy wrote to Bangalore's industry captains.
    • It was in his nature to fight with captains, umpires, team mates, managers, mentors, pupils.
    • Have captains of industry teaching them business skills?
    • During my senior year of high school, I was the captain of my basketball team and the king of superstitions.
    • They are team captains and senior leaders in the 2002 season.
    • Influential captains of industry have complained that Kerry is one of the most expensive counties in Ireland in terms of rates charged to businesses.
    • Gathered together were kings and prime ministers and presidents and captains of industry and the leaders of the world's great churches and other institutions.
    • This isn't business culture as such; advertising people aren't the captains of industry.
    • Several days later, the administration met with the team captains and student leaders.
    • My ex was dumped by the cheerleader, for the captain of the lacrosse team.
    • As a team captain at the University of Tennessee, Wilson gained a reputation as the kind of player who inspired his teammates.
    • That year she wore the class ring of the student council president, who was also the captain of the football team.
    • There will also be plenty of other side-shows on view, with both teams' captains playing their last professional rugby matches.
    • Manor Kingdom's client profile includes captains of industry, entrepreneurs, sportspeople and an increasing number of overseas buyers.
    • This meeting was held as a precursor to the meeting scheduled between Chief Minister Dharam Singh and the captains of the IT industry after September 20.
    • Like him or loathe him, no-one could ignore Sir John, who mixed with prime ministers, princes, captains of industry and film stars.
    • With considerable fanfare, but without any captains of industry, the president enacted a crackdown intended to take some of the tarnish off the blue chips.
    • The India High Commission recently hosted an interactive luncheon for the captains of business and industry.
    • I personally know of Government Ministers and many captains of industry here in Ireland who avail of their services on a regular basis.
    • The Sunday Herald remains committed to encouraging our female captains of industry and entrepreneurs to speak with a louder voice in the future.
    • And this season Smith, voted a team captain, has become a leader.
    • It may be, and maybe this is the point of the bill, that members think that such people - captains of industry - should not be members of Parliament.
    • There was this sense that the captains of industry were the proper people to steward us into this golden post-atomic age.
    • As you know, I'm in business and I mix with some of the captains of industry.
    • Should the game run its full course, the trophy will be handed to the captain of the winning team late on Sunday.
    • He succeeded grandly, too, becoming an All-American center and a team captain.
    • It would be nearly impossible for the Browns to complete an entire season without the team's captains or a group of players emerging as the ones to follow.
    • The rugby chairman and team captains receive and make more phone calls to players to fill teams.
    • It was understood from the time he got to St. Louis that he was a leader, and the players elected him one of the team captains.
    • But the battle lines are not what you'd expect: local versus multinational, simple peasant versus powerful captains of industry.
  • 3EEUU

    (head waiter)
    maître masculino
    jefe de comedor masculino
    capitán de meseros masculino México
    • This training manual covers every aspect of restaurant customer service for the positions of captain, waiter or waitress, and busser.
    • The service team - a captain, waiter, back waiter, and maitre d' dressed in tuxedos - are instructed to do whatever is necessary to make the guests happy.
    • Want to know what's proper to tip the captain, waiter, or sommelier when dining out?
    • Vance was a busboy, waiter, captain, valet, and a limo driver before joining middle management in the '70s.

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    capitanear
    • Twelve years later he captained the British team when the Olympic Games were held in London.
    • When he found the time, he also explored the African jungle in Gabon and captained a super yacht around the Mediterranean.
    • He captained the senior team in the year 1994 and in between those years he turned up to be a fine batsman.
    • All the boats are captained by professional sailors but the rest of the crew are amateurs.
    • A six-team soccer match will see leading actors captaining the teams.
    • If Harrington spends three years captaining the scout team, he will remain an unknown commodity.
    • I've never captained a team like this before and I wondered if there were any secrets.
    • Worse still, he is accused of trading on his global brand name, of captaining a team he doesn't even deserve to play in.
    • He has also represented the London ABA, captaining the team against Ireland, and has just returned from Spain where he won his bout.
    • Prince Gualtero has captained his own ship and Sullivan Trooper has been his right hand in both battles and enterprise.
    • The popular Scot has the honour and responsibility of captaining the European team.
    • It was there he honed his football skills and captained the junior team to a South Leinster title.
    • It is Eleanor's first time captaining a ship, and it is actually going very well, and she is filled with a kind of idealistic pride.
    • Two years prior to captaining the college team, Pemlal then only 16 years, was included into the national pool in preparation for the Indian tour.
    • It is at times the rudder that steadies and guides the ship of state captained by the Government.
    • Despite the outcome, captaining this team was the greatest privilege ever for me.
    • They inadvertently stow away on a ship captained by the explorer Cortes, managing to escape with the assistance of a horse.
    • Back in Dublin he rowed for the university and captained the golf team.
    • He captained the team to win the National League in 1970 and went on to win All Star honours.
    • I've been here since I was 14 and captaining the team just fills me with pride.