capital of Morocco

noun
the capital of Morocco; located in the northwestern on the Atlantic coast
Syn: ↑Rabat
Instance Hypernyms: ↑national capital
Part Holonyms: ↑Morocco, ↑Kingdom of Morocco, ↑Maroc, ↑Marruecos, ↑Al-Magrib

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