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Ceu·ta(syo͞o′tə, thĕ′o͞o-tä, sĕ′-)
A Spanish city of northwest Africa, an enclave in Morocco on the Strait of Gibraltar. A flourishing trade city under the Arabs, it was taken by the Portuguese in 1415 and passed to Spain in 1580.
(Placename) an enclave in Morocco on the Strait of Gibraltar, consisting of a port and military station: held by Spain since 1580. Pop: 74 931 (2003 est)
Ceu•ta(ˈseɪ u tə, -tɑ)
a seaport and enclave of Spain in N Morocco, on the Strait of Gibraltar. 71,403.