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mecca

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
/ˈmekə/
a place to which many people are attracted: a mecca for sth Milan is a mecca for fashion designers. The scheme would transform the park into a tourist mecca.
Translations of “mecca”
in Chinese (Traditional) 勝地,令人嚮往的地方…
in Russian мекка, место паломничества…
in Turkish herkesin gidip görmek istediği yer/mekan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胜地,令人向往的地方…
in Polish mekka…
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