“capital vs capitol city”. What is the difference between “capital” and “capitol”?

“capital vs capitol city”. What is the difference between “capital” and “capitol”?

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  1. “Capital” is the word for a large amount of money; it can also mean a state’s economic capital. “Capitol” is the name of the building in Washington, D.C., where the U.S. Congress meets.

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    • Capital: The place where a country’s legislature meets to conduct its business (Washington, DC).
    • Capitol: The building where a country’s legislature meets to conduct its business (Washington, DC).
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