noun (plural moroccos)[mass noun]
Fine flexible leather made (originally in Morocco) from goatskins tanned with sumac, used especially for book covers and shoes: a small fat volume bound in red morocco [as modifier]: morocco leather
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- On the table lay a large open roll of morocco leather, containing rows of elegant little instruments in steel and ivory.
- Hand-coloured, mounted and bound in red morocco with a cusped yellow leather border, the plates are prefaced by a manuscript dedication by Angelo to the Prince of Wales.
- The Italian text was contained in a white morocco leather case bearing the Italian royal arms
Moroccan adjective& noun
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- For these Moroccans, it's providing materials for teaching English that has turned their language school business into a success.
- The largest number of foreign workers in France come from Portugal, although Moroccans are the most numerous to apply for citizenship.
- Now at the top of his game and to many Moroccans, a national hero, he has chosen a life away from the glamour that accompanies such fame.