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chocolate

noun     /ˈtʃɒk.lət/ US  /ˈtʃɑːk-/
[C or U] a sweet, usually brown, food made from cacao seeds, that is usually sold in a block, or a small sweet made from this 巧克力;巧克力糖 a bar of chocolate 一條巧克力 chocolate biscuits/mousse 巧克力餅乾/慕斯 milk/dark/white chocolate 牛奶/黑/白巧克力 I took her a box of chocolates. 我給她帶了一盒巧克力糖。 Sweets
[C or U] UK also for hot chocolate 巧克力熱飲 Warm drinks
[U] a dark brown colour 巧克力色,深褐色 Less common coloursCommon colours
(Definition of chocolate from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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