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Definition of "cabo" []

  • A republic in the Atlantic off the coast of West Africa, consisting of a group of ten islands and five islets: an overseas territory of Portugal until 1975, when the islands became independent. Official language: Portuguese. Religion: Christian (Roman Catholic) majority; animist minority. Currency: Cape Verdean escudo. Capital: Praia. Pop: 531 046 (2013 est). Area: 4033 sq km (1557 sq miles) (noun)

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Use "cabo" in a sentence
  • "She goes on to explain that when the Spaniards first came to southwest Florida, the Seminole word tha-kee for “big” was already in place, and they added the Spanish word cabo to it, and came up with the name “Cabo Tha-kee,” or “Big Cape.”"
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  • "Diaz, with much opposition from his crew, whose mutinies he repressed, partly by softness, and partly by steadiness, sailed on till he reached the utmost point of Africa, which from the bad weather that he met there, he called cabo Tormentoso, or the cape of Storms."
  • "She goes on to explain that when the Spaniards first came to southwest Florida, the Seminole word tha-kee for “big” was already in place, and they added the Spanish word cabo to it, and came up with the name “Cabo Tha-kee,” or “Big Cape.”"
  • "Because when you have the labour in here, plus the other thing that we did experience through the start-up of that rolling mill is incremental scrap production and something that we call cabo"
  • "#1 | Posted by libsrclueless aka cabo vato, chickenrancher, bogger, etc"