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low-calorie

adjective
 
 
/ˌləʊˈkæləri/ ( abbreviation low-cal, lo-cal)
A low-calorie food or drink will not make you fat because it has fewer calories (= units for measuring the amount of energy a food provides) than normal food or drink.Diets and dieting
Translations of “low-calorie”
in Chinese (Traditional) 低熱量的, 低卡路里的…
in Russian низкокалорийный…
in Turkish düşük kalorili…
in Chinese (Simplified) 低热量的, 低卡路里的…
in Polish niskokaloryczny…
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