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American English: /ˈtʃɑk(ə)lət/
British English: /ˈtʃɒk(ə)lət/

Translation of chocolate in Spanish:


  • 1 1.1 uncountable a bar of chocolate
    una pastilla or tableta de chocolate
    plain o dark o (American English) semi-sweet chocolate
    chocolate amargo
    milk chocolate
    (before noun) (egg)
    de chocolate
    Example sentences
    • The only foods previously available were chocolate bars, candy, potato chips and pop.
    • She enjoys Italian food, chocolate biscuits and reading endless amounts of books.
    • Look, you do not need to coat the bottom of a chocolate chip cookie with chocolate.
    1.2 countable (candy, sweet) a box of chocolates
    una caja de bombones
    (before noun) chocolate liqueur
    bombón de licor
    Example sentences
    • You have to get a second mortgage in order to buy a small box of chocolates.
    • When I was five, she bought me chocolates and chewing gum and we talked about cricket.
    • All we were offered were packets of sweet custard creams and chocolates.
    1.3 uncountable
    also: drinking chocolate
    chocolate (masculine) or cacao (masculine) en polvo
    a cup of hot chocolate
    una taza de chocolate
  • 2 uncountable (color)
    color (masculine) chocolate
    marrón (masculine) or (Chile) (Mexico) café (masculine) or (Colombia) carmelito (masculine) oscuro
    Example sentences
    • Cysts are also likely to grow within the ovaries and these cysts are chocolate brown in colour.
    • What was wrong with deep chocolate brown, or a lighter green to the usual wheelies?
    • His eyes are this deep chocolate brown color, the type you could lose your mind in.


  • 1.1 (Cookery) (before noun)
    de chocolate
    1.2 (in color)
    color chocolate invariable adjective
    marrón or (Chile) (Mexico) café or (Colombia) carmelito oscuro invariable adjective

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