- From Spanish/Portuguese coco ("grinning face") (due to the three holes in the shell resembling a human face). (Wiktionary)
“At this point, coco is much more than an academic exercise.”
“Pun intended. rah coco is coming to fox thats the real reason”
“Then … Wallahh! your nata de coco is now ready to be used as ingredients for dessert preparations!”
“Making nata de coco is quite interesting because it requires one to be patient and very careful.”
“Well, for your information nata de coco is the most popular export item made out of coconut water.”
“Learning the art of making nata de coco is one thing we should take advantage of in a tropical country like the Philippines, endowed with coconut trees (the main component in the recipe).”
“Andy Haldane, executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England, has called for banks to issue many more so-called coco securities, debt that converts into equity when certain capital thresholds are triggered, particularly as a component of banker bonuses.”
“When fermented and distilled it produces a weak alcohol of disagreeable taste called coco-wine.”
“Financial Times the company aimed to issue the so-called coco bonds soon to assure investors and regulators there is enough demand for its debt.”
“The monster is called the coco (at least in Spain).”
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