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- n. short form of chocolate (the food or an individual piece of confectionery)
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- n. chocolate; a colloquial British abbreviation.
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- n. colloquial British abbreviation
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I ahve never used melted butter in choc chip cookies so I don't know.
Hey, I'm thinkin 'a quart-o-choc is perfectly acceptable-much better than soda!
Cadbury dubbed choc-a-blockheads for 'stating the blindingly obvious'
True blue: They might give us free 'choc'-chip ice-cream while we're there:)
Listen: hear the word 'choc' pronounced: Download choc2. wav
Composed by François Robert, the new release is described as a perfume- "choc", a rose scent that is oriental, spicy, soft, sensual and cordial.
Iv coorse there were th 'usual riochous scenes in th' dhrug stores, where th 'bibulous gathered at th' sody-wather counthers an 'cillybrated th' victory in lemon, vanilla, an 'choc'late, some iv thim keepin' it up till 9 o'clock, or aven later. '
"Now, says I, for our ice cream an 'cake, with white on top, an' choc'late."
The iconic biscuit comes in three varieties: plain, 'choc' and mini choc.
"Did she git your letter wot you put in the box o 'choc's?