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Mosa

  
      sm  
el (río) Mosa      the Meuse  
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See also:

mosca, morsa, moscas, Mosela

el (río) Mosa exp.
the Meuse

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"Mosa": examples and translations in context
Los bombarderos Británicos y Franceses, atacaron los puentes de barcas sobre el Mosa con un desenfreno temerario. British and French bombers raided the pontoon bridges across the Meuse with reckless abandon.
Con un hermosa localización junto al río Mosa, este acogedor hotel ofrece habitaciones modernas, un magnífico bar y un entorno tranquilo. Beautifully situated along the River Meuse, this friendly hotel offers modern rooms, a trendy bar and peaceful surroundings. You can also benefit from the free services of its business centre.
Los búlgaros no tienen a ningún Mosa. The Bulgarians don't have a Mosha.
Mosa, tienes que buscarte un club nuevo. Mosha, start looking for a new club.
Recomendado en la Guía Michelín de 2010, este hotel de 4 estrellas está perfectamente ubicado, a lo largo del río Mosa, en el centro histórico de Maastricht. Recommended in the Michelin Guide of 2010, this 4-star hotel is uniquely situated along the river Maas, in the historical centre of Maastricht. Enjoy the view from the waterside terrace.
Recomendado por la Guía Michelin 2009, este hotel de 4 estrellas se encuentra en una posición privilegiada al lado del río Mosa, en el centro histórico de Maastricht. Recommended in the Michelin Guide of 2009, this 4-star hotel is uniquely situated along the river Maas, in the historical centre of Maastricht. Enjoy the view from the waterside terrace.
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