Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Moor"

The meaning of "Moor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does moor (as a noun) mean?
A: It's a landscape that you'll find in the British Isles. It's basically rolling hills with mainly grass and bushes.

The term being used for north Africans I believe has been discontinued however we still use it to describe moorish architecture.
Q: What does the moor trong trường hợp này mean?
A: A moor is a type of grassland. It is most commonly found in Western European countries, such as England. You can find more information about moors here:
Q: What does moor mean?
A: It has several meanings.

It can mean to tie a boat up to a dock. You moor the boat.

In Devon, where I grew up, it means wild hill country, as in Dartmoor and Exmoor.

In Somerset, it means wet ground with lots of water. "Moorhen" is a name for a bird that lives in water.

It's also a very old-fashioned word for people from Africa, as in Mauritania. In the play Othello, they call him a Moor. It can also mean Spain when it was Al-Andalus, mostly in phrases like "moorish architecture" (like the Alhambra).
Q: What does moor mean?
A: Open land (land not good for farming) Typically this word is not used in the US. It is more of a British word :)

Example sentences using "Moor"

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Synonyms of "Moor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between moor and bog and swamp ?
A: I don't think I've ever heard moor in that context.
In common usage there is no difference between a bog and a swamp.
Swamp is the more commonly used word.
Q: What is the difference between moor and bog and swamp ?
A: moor is an extensive waste covered with patches of heath, and having a poor, light soil, but sometimes marshy, and abounding in peat; a heath while bog is an expanse of marshland.

Swamps are low wetlands; bogs are generally higher than the surrounding land. Swamps receive water from rivers or streams and have some drainage; bogs receive water from precipitation and have no outflow; water is held by seepage. ... Swamps have muddy soil; bogs have peat formed by dead and decaying vegetation.

Ps I had no idea and had to look this up I wouldn’t worry too much about it this is quite complex words

Other questions about "Moor"

Q: I must have to clean with moor my house Does this sound natural?
A: Did you mean "I must clean my house more often"?
Q: moor Does this sound natural?
A: ok, I'm sorry. it's pronounced like this :)

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