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Morón

(mōrōn`), city (1991 pop. 641,541), Buenos Aires prov., E Argentina. It is a district administrative center in the Greater Buenos Aires area. Settled in the early 16th cent., Morón became an outpost on the route between Buenos Aires and Chile and Peru. It has meatpacking and food-processing industries.

Morón

 

a city in Cuba. Population, 29,000 (1970). Moron is a railroad junction and the site of a cigar factory; local products also include food and leather footwear. It is a fishing port and has railroad repair shops.

moron

[′mȯr‚än]
(psychology)
A mentally defective individual with a mental age between 7 and 12 years; a child with an IQ between 50 and 69.
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The atmosphere was so hostile that two of the lads were in tears after moronic Welsh supporters decided to give a few English supporters a good 'kicking' after England scored.
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