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Capot is the word used in Argentina for the hood of a car (bonnet). At least, that is what one friend told me. Reading around on the web it appears that in Uruguay this word means the trunk of the car (boot).

I have also seen that capó can be used for hood (bonnet).

In México we used the word cofre to mean the hood.


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