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calorific

adjective uk   us   /ˌkæl.əˈrɪf.ɪk/ mainly UK (US usually caloric)
relating to calories (= units of energy provided by food): The key is to reduce your calorific intake. Fatty foods have a high calorific value. containing a lot of calories: Although it's only a quick snack, a hamburger is highly calorific.
Translations of “calorific”
in Chinese (Traditional) 含卡路里的,含熱量的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 含卡路里的,产生热量的…
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