American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island of southern Italy on the southern edge of the Bay of Naples. A popular resort since Roman times, it is famous for its Blue Grotto, a picturesque cave indenting the island's high, precipitous coast.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Wine produced on the island of Capri, commonly a light, dry, white wine.
- n. an island (part of Campania) in the Bay of Naples in southern Italy; a tourist attraction noted for beautiful scenery
“Hiding out in Capri for the last 11 years of your reign cannot be precisely considered much dedication to your office.”
“In a debate with Michael in Capri around 1990 I argued that their analysis went amiss in testing for real interest rate while omitting real exchange rates.”
“At the time of our wedding, I had upcoming professional travel to the ICOLS conference in Capri scheduled for June, and we planned to delay our honeymoon until then.”
“At the word Capri the woman lifted her head quickly.”
“Alarmed, she called Capri Sun's parent company - Kraft Foods - and her child's doctor.”
“Premio Malaparte' from Alberto Moravia in Capri, Italy,”
“Although shook up, Sophie joins a special reenactment in Capri.”
“In the 1950s, Italy introduced a 33-kilometer swim called Capri-to-Naples.”
“Ford proposed to export a specialty vehicle, a Mazda 323 modified as a convertible roadster, to be sold in the United States under the name Mercury Capri.”
“In any case, we went to a local Italian place called Capri's.”
Looking for tweets for Capri.