Online Moroccan Arabic-Spanish dictionary

I’ve been out and about rather a lot recently, so warm thanks to MM for pointing out a post by Carlos Ferrero at Las palabras son pistolas cargadas on new(-ish) translation blogs. The most interesting one from my perspective is the Arab-Spanish Turjuman ├írabe, whose contents include a link by Khaled Musa to the online edition (PDF, unfortunately) of Francisco Moscoso’s new Moroccan Arabic-Spanish dictionary. Feeds will go into Langwich Sandwich when everything calms down a bit.

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