Algarve

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Al·gar·ve

 (äl-gär′və)
A medieval Moorish kingdom in present-day southern Portugal. It was conquered in 1253 by Alfonso III (1210-1279).

Algarve

(ælˈɡɑːv)
n
(Placename) the Algarve an area in the south of Portugal, on the Atlantic; it approximately corresponds to the administrative district of Faro: fishing and tourism important
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Algarve

[ælˈgɑːv] N the Algarveel Algarve
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