Majorca

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Ma·jor·ca

 (mə-jôr′kə, -yôr′-) also Mal·lor·ca (mä-yôr′kä, -lyôr′-)
An island of Spain in the western Mediterranean Sea off the east-central coast of the mainland. The largest of the Balearic Islands, it was the center of an independent kingdom from 1276 until 1343. Tourism is its major industry.

Ma·jor′can adj. & n.
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Majorca

(məˈjɔːkə; -ˈdʒɔː-)
n
(Placename) an island in the W Mediterranean: the largest of the Balearic Islands; tourism. Capital: Palma. Pop: 730 778 (2002 est). Area: 3639 sq km (1465 sq miles). Spanish name: Mallorca
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Ma•jor•ca

(məˈdʒɔr kə, -ˈyɔr-)

n.
a Spanish island in the W Mediterranean: the largest of the Balearic Islands. 534,511; 1405 sq. mi. (3640 sq. km). Cap.: Palma. Spanish, Mallorca.
Ma•jor′can, adj., n.
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Noun1.Majorca - the largest of the Balearic IslandsMajorca - the largest of the Balearic Islands
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
Balearic Islands - an archipelago in the western Mediterranean off the eastern coast of Spain
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Translations

Majorca

[məˈjɔːkə] NMallorca f
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Majorca

[məˈjɔːrkə] nMajorque f
We went to Majorca in August → Nous sommes allés à Majorque en août.
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Majorca

nMallorca nt
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Majorca

[məˈjɔːkə] nMaiorca
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References in periodicals archive ?
IF YOU have been to Majorca and want to try somewhere different, the Majorcans say they have the answer.
Through skillful interplay between the caustic and the tender, and between the poetic and the mysterious and mythical, Porcel masterfully portrays in microcosm the closed but sprightly peculiar Mediterranean spirit of the Majorcans.
The trio of Phil Percival, Craig Edwards and Lockwood all contributed halfcenturies to Allesley's 272-6 while Chris Clements and James Atkins got among the wickets to put the Majorcans back in the pavilion for 213.