(Del lat. caput, -ĭtis, cabeza).
m. y f. Persona que gobierna y vigila a cierto número de trabajadores:
capataz de obra.
Persona a cuyo cargo está la labranza y administración de las haciendas de campo:
el capataz ordenó marcar las reses.
En las casas de moneda, persona encargada de recibir el metal marcado y pesado para las labores.
f. coloq. p. us. Mujer del capataz.
m. y f. Persona de conocimientos prácticos para auxiliar a los ingenieros agrónomos y a los de montes.

Emergency above
Put on your hard hats and invisible gloves
whats going on?
I was on the wagon I thought I was done
You have to watch out
When one falls in, another can’t get out
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