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1.
Largest city in Europe, with a population of over 10,000,000. Former capital of the USSR, now capital of the Russian Federation.
The city is built in a series of rings surrounding the Kremlin, a massive medieval fortress in the center of the city which contains several palaces, cathedrals, and government buildings.
The subway system is the world's most used, and also one of the most extensive. Its beautifully decorated, spacious stations often feature opulent marble floors and crystal chandeliers. The city itself is experiencing a period of economic boom, with office rents skyrocketing and new apartment towers shooting up like weeds. Despite this, many in the city suffer from low living conditions, and much the rest of Russia has been left behind. The metropolis suffers from high pollution and glacial traffic, but is quickly rising to its place as one of the premier cities of Europe.
The winters in Moscow are incredibly cold.
by Andrei October 29, 2003
 
2.
amazing city
in its uprising developmental stage
in Russia
with relentless culture
party atmosphere
and beauty
(if you know where to look)
and new potential
b.c Russians
are hard ass determined !
(He was flying in to Moscow on business)
by maria mouk May 01, 2005
 
3.
Capital of the Russian Federation. Known as MOCKBA in Russian (MOCKBA pronounced Mosk-va)
Aeroflot flight: Berlin - Moscow $200
by pro-nun-see-A-shun July 05, 2003
 
4.
new home of Chelsea FC. see also Chelski
CSKA Moscow and Chelsea will be playing a derby match tomorrow.
by International Bad Boy November 07, 2004
 
5.
adj: cool; interesting; awesome.
tim: did you see highschool musical two?

tom: eff no biatch, that movie is so not moscow.
by ladygenius December 16, 2008
 
6.
A city in northern Idaho with a population of 23,000 and is home to the University of Idaho. Moscow is known as the pea and dry lentil capital of the world.
I went to Moscow to watch the University of Idaho play their rival Boise State University.
by Judson McClure January 02, 2006
 
7.
Verb, Transitive
1) To down a beverage (esp. Alcoholic in a single gulp, similar to 'toskull', often in a loose, informal situation, for example a party
2) To kill or maim someone, esp. in a particualrly violent and/or distressing fasion
Thus:
Noun/adjective
1) A Person or object which attracts much respect
2) An Unpleasant or undesirable situation
3) A Thugish or loutish person or object
Verb
1)"Galtie just moscowed that vodka"
2) "Piotr just moscowed Gunlod"
Noun
1)After climbing Everest Edmund Hilary became a Moscow
2)"ugh Physics was Moscow today"
3) "We better avoid those Moscows over there, they look dangerous"
by ragnardaunt October 01, 2005