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treacle

noun [U]
 
/ˈtriːkl/ UK ( UK/US molasses)
a sweet, thick, dark liquid used in sweet dishesSugar and sugar substitutes
Translations of “treacle”
in Arabic دِبس السكّر…
in Korean 당밀…
in Malaysian sirap hitam…
in Turkish şeker pekmezi…
in Italian melassa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糖蜜, 金黃色糖漿…
in Russian патока…
in Polish melasa…
in Vietnamese mật đường…
in Spanish Melaza…
in Portuguese melado…
in Thai น้ำเชื่อม…
in Catalan melassa…
in Japanese (黒)糖蜜…
in Indonesian molase, gula hitam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糖蜜, 金黄色糖浆…
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