OTHER WORDS FROM MoroccoMo·roc·can [muh-rok-uhn], /məˈrɒk ən/, adjective, nounpro-Mo·roc·can, adjective, noun
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How to use Morocco in a sentence
When the Swiss salt was tested in Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire, the results were mixed.One man’s crusade to end a global scourge with better salt|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The company has reportedly also made agreements to conduct similar trials in Peru, Morocco, Brazil, and Pakistan.A Chinese company says its vaccine will be ready by December—but it won’t be cheap|Grady McGregor|August 22, 2020|Fortune
In Morocco, Maâti Monjib was subjected to at least four more hacking attacks throughout 2019, each more advanced than the one before.
What’s happening in Morocco is emblematic of what’s happening around the world.
Only 16 countries on the continent have conducted more than 100,000 tests while only three—South Africa, Morocco and Ethiopia—have conducted over half a million tests.Africa’s toughest battle with Covid-19 is getting enough tests done|Yomi Kazeem|August 12, 2020|Quartz
A city high in the mountains of Morocco remained shut off from the world for almost 500 years.
We had shot so many months, we were in Morocco, we had all lost 10 pounds.‘The Honorable Woman’ Is Maggie Gyllenhaal's Best Performance Yet|Kevin Fallon|July 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The great games (Czechoslovakia—Brazil), the boring games (Uruguay—Israel), and the weird games (Morocco—Bulgaria).
Filmmaker Diana Whitten trailed Gomperts for seven years, capturing contentious missions to Spain and Morocco.
The most recent mission to the Women on Waves vessel to Morocco, but they were kicked out immediately.
We were now off Morocco, and were fortunate enough today to perceive a great number of bonitos.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
The prisons are described as being something awful, only to be equalled in Morocco and savage countries.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
This Aissa was a native of Meknes in Morocco, where he died full of years and piety three hundred years ago.
Its whole seaboard from Morocco to the equator produces more or less gold.
"Here, take this," she said gruffly, thrusting a small morocco box into her hand.Quin|Alice Hegan Rice
British Dictionary definitions for Morocco (1 of 2)
- a fine soft leather made from goatskins, used for bookbinding, shoes, etc
- (as modifier)morocco leather
Word Origin for morocco
British Dictionary definitions for Morocco (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for Morocco
Kingdom in northwestern Africa with coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea; it is bordered by Algeria to the east and the western Sahara to the south. Its largest city is Casablanca, and its capital is Rabat.