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treacle

noun [U] uk   /ˈtriː.kl̩/ UK us  
( also black treacle) a sweet, dark, thick liquid that is used in cooking sweet dishes and sweets: treacle toffee
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→  golden syrup : treacle tart
Translations of “treacle”
in Spanish Melaza…
in Korean 당밀…
in Arabic دِبس السكّر…
in Portuguese melado…
in Catalan melassa…
in Japanese (黒)糖蜜…
in Italian melassa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糖蜜, 金黃色糖漿…
in Russian патока…
in Turkish şeker pekmezi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糖蜜, 金黄色糖浆…
in Polish melasa…
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