Spanish Word for capitol  

English Word: capitol

Spanish Word: capitolio
The Spanish Word for capitol
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Do you see the Capitol?
¿Tú ves el capitolio?

As we know, after the results were published, violence broke out in the capitol Nairobi and other parts of Kenya.
Como sabemos, después de publicados los resultados estallaron brotes de violencia en la capital Nairobi y en otros lugares de Kenia.
Just at the moment we cannot help thinking about 25 March 1957, when the Rome Treaties were signed on the Capitol in Rome.
Justamente estos días no podemos más que recordar aquel 25 de marzo de 1957 en que se firmaron los Tratados de Roma en el Capitolio romano.
We must recognise that work will by no means be completed with the ceremonial signing of the Constitution on the Capitol in Rome on 29 October.
Hemos de reconocer que el trabajo no habrá concluido en modo alguno con la firma ceremonial de la Constitución en el Capitolio de Roma el 29 de octubre.
The Capitol typifies Roman law, which helps us on the way to the rule of law and a sense of justice.
El Capitolio representa el derecho romano, que nos ayuda en el camino hacia el imperio de la ley y el sentido de la justicia.
The European Parliament resides in Brussels in a building which, in its design, at least to my mind, has clearly been inspired by the Capitol in Washington.
El Parlamento Europeo tiene su sede en Bruselas en un edificio que por su diseño, al menos a mi parecer, está claramente inspirado en el Capitolio de Washington.
Now we can say that the banana barons in the United States are actually buying the United States and buying favours from the people on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Ahora podemos afirmar que los barones del plátano de los Estados Unidos están comprando los Estados Unidos y comprando favores de algunos de Capitol Hill y Washington.
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