chocolate


chocolate
m.
1 chocolate.
chocolate (a la taza) thick drinking chocolate
chocolate blanco white chocolate
chocolate con leche milk chocolate
2 hash (informal) (hachís). (peninsular Spanish)
3 chocolate bar, chocolate.
4 drinking chocolate.
5 marijuana, wacky baccy.
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chocolate
nombre masculino
1 (sólido) chocolate
2 (líquido) drinking chocolate, cocoa
3 argot (hachís) dope, hash
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FRASEOLOGÍA
las cosas claras y el chocolate espeso familiar let's get things clear
chocolate a la taza drinking chocolate
chocolate con leche milk chocolate
pastilla de chocolate bar of chocolate
tableta de chocolate bar of chocolate
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noun m.
1) chocolate
2) cocoa
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1.
ADJ LAm chocolate-coloured, chocolate-colored (EEUU)
2. SM
1) [para comer] chocolate; [para beber] drinking chocolate, cocoa

chocolate blanco — white chocolate

chocolate con leche — milk chocolate

chocolate negro — plain chocolate

2) ** (=hachís) hash *, pot *

darle al chocolate — to be hooked on drugs

3) LAm hum blood
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masculino
1)
a) (para comer) chocolate

sirvieron unos chocolates con el café — (AmL) they gave us chocolates with our coffee

chocolate por la noticia! — (RPl fam) you don't say! (iro)

b) (bebida) hot chocolate

darle a alguien agua or una sopa de su propio chocolate — (Méx fam) to give somebody a taste of his/her own medicine

c)

(de) color chocolate — chocolate-colored*

2) (Esp arg) (hachis) dope (sl), pot (colloq)
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= chocolate.
Ex. Locate patents that deal with chocolate.
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* adicto al chocolate = chocolate addict.
* baño de chocolate = chocolate icing.
* barra de chocolate = candy bar.
* galleta con trocitos de chocolate = chocolate chip cookie.
* pastel de chocolate = devil's food cake.
* tabla de chocolate = six-pack abs.
* tableta de chocolate = six-pack, six-pack abs, slab of chocolate, tablet of chocolate.
* tarta de chocolate = chocolate cake.
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masculino
1)
a) (para comer) chocolate

sirvieron unos chocolates con el café — (AmL) they gave us chocolates with our coffee

chocolate por la noticia! — (RPl fam) you don't say! (iro)

b) (bebida) hot chocolate

darle a alguien agua or una sopa de su propio chocolate — (Méx fam) to give somebody a taste of his/her own medicine

c)

(de) color chocolate — chocolate-colored*

2) (Esp arg) (hachis) dope (sl), pot (colloq)
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= chocolate.

Ex: Locate patents that deal with chocolate.

* adicto al chocolate = chocolate addict.
* baño de chocolate = chocolate icing.
* barra de chocolate = candy bar.
* galleta con trocitos de chocolate = chocolate chip cookie.
* pastel de chocolate = devil's food cake.
* tabla de chocolate = six-pack abs.
* tableta de chocolate = six-pack, six-pack abs, slab of chocolate, tablet of chocolate.
* tarta de chocolate = chocolate cake.

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chocolate
masculine
A
1 (para comer) chocolate
una pastilla or barra de chocolate a bar of chocolate
sirvieron unos chocolates con el café (AmL); they gave us chocolates with our coffee
¡chocolate por la noticia! (RPl fam); you don't say! (iro)
2 (bebida) hot chocolate
darle a algn agua or una sopa de su propio chocolate (Méx fam); to give sb a taste of his/her own medicine
3
(de) color chocolate chocolate-colored*
Compuestos:
chocolate blanco
white chocolate
chocolate con leche
milk chocolate
chocolate de algarroba
carob
chocolate negro
plain chocolate, dark chocolate
B (Esp arg) (hachis) dope (sl), pot (colloq)
C (Chi fam) (sangre) blood
sacarle chocolate a algn (Chi fam); to make sb bleed
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chocolate sustantivo masculino
1
a) (para comer) chocolate;

chocolate blanco/con leche white/milk chocolate;

chocolate negro plain chocolate, dark chocolate
b) (AmL) chocolate;

sirvieron unos chocolates con el café they gave us chocolates with our coffee

c) (bebida) hot chocolate

2 (Esp arg) (hachis) dope (sl), pot (colloq)
chocolate sustantivo masculino
1 chocolate
chocolate amargo, dark o plain chocolate
chocolate con leche, milk chocolate
2 argot (hachís) dope
'chocolate' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
boca
- bombón
- chocolatina
- debilidad
- onza
- pastilla
- tableta
- trufa
- agua
- barra
- chocolatería
- los
- mole
- raspadura
- relleno
- tablilla
English:
bar
- bit
- bonbon
- break up
- brownie
- chocolate
- dip
- dunk
- fancy
- melt
- milk chocolate
- mousse
- myself
- offer
- overwhelming
- plain
- premier
- seller
- sponsor
- tablet
- bitter
- cocoa
- dark
- diabetic
- dope
- drinking
- drop
- flavor
- fond
- milk
- resist
- topping
- white
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chocolate nm
1. [alimento] chocolate;
una tableta de chocolate a bar of chocolate;
Comp
Fam
ser el chocolate del loro to be a drop in the ocean;
Comp
RP Fam
chocolate por la noticia you don't say!
Comp
RP chocolate amargo dark o plain chocolate;
chocolate blanco white chocolate;
chocolate con leche milk chocolate;
chocolate negro dark o plain chocolate
2. [bebida]
chocolate (a la taza) thick drinking chocolate
Comp
chocolate con churros = thick drinking chocolate and “churros”
3. Esp Fam [hachís] hash
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chocolate
m
1 chocolate
2 fam (hachís) hashish, hash fam
* * *
chocolate nm
1) : chocolate
2) : hot chocolate, cocoa
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chocolate n chocolate
un pastel de chocolate a chocolate cake

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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