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choc
American English: /tʃɑk/
British English: /tʃɒk/

Translation of choc in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • I passed on chocs from Belgium and jellybeans from the USA and assembled a more local gourmet snack of cheese from Wensleydale and homemade fudge laced with Masham's Black Sheep Ale.
    • Be it a choc chip cookie or a choc mint ice cream, as long as it looked like it had bits of chocolate shavings in it, she's bound to love it… or eat it.
    • He was wearing a sweater that was the exact colour of melted mint choc chip ice cream, except without the choc chips.

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