Definition of Mosel in English:

Mosel

Syllabification: Mo·sel
Pronunciation: /mōˈzel
 
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(also Moselle)
A river of western Europe that rises in the Vosges mountains of northeastern France and flows northeast for 346 miles (550 km) through Luxembourg and Germany to meet the Rhine River at Koblenz.

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