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hot chocolate

noun [C or U] uk   us   (UK also chocolate)
A2 a hot drink made from milk and/or water, powdered chocolate, and sugar
Translations of “hot chocolate”
in Korean 핫 쵸콜릿…
in Arabic شيكولاتة ساخِنة…
in Portuguese cacau, chocolate…
in Catalan xocolata calenta…
in Japanese ココア…
in Italian cioccolata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巧克力熱飲…
in Russian горячий шоколад, какао…
in Turkish sıcak çikolata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巧克力热饮…
in Polish czekolada na gorąco…
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