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honey

noun uk   /ˈhʌn.i/ us  

honey noun (SWEET SUBSTANCE)

A2 [U] a sweet, sticky, yellow substance made by bees and used as food: UK set honey/runny honey clover honey
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honey noun (PERSON)

[as form of address] mainly US a name that you call someone you love or like very much: Hi, honey, I'm home!
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