chocolate
[ˈtʃɒklət]
sustantivo
1. chocolate (m)
  • a chocolate -> un bombón (sweet)
  • bar of chocolate -> tableta (f) de chocolate
  • drinking or hot chocolate -> chocolate a la taza or caliente
adjetivo
2. de chocolate (made of chocolate)
  • chocolate (colored) -> marrón oscuro, color chocolate

chocolate [choklit]
sustantivo
1. Chocolate, pasta hecha de cacao, azúcar, etc.; bombón (candy, sweet).
  • Milk/dar -> o (GB) plain chocolate, chocolate con/sin leche
  • Chocolate bar -> chocolatina, chocolatín
  • Chocolate-chip cookie -> galleta con pedacitos de chocolate
  • Chocolate liqueur -> bombón de licor
2. Chocolate, el compuesto líquido de la pasta desleída por medio de agua caliente o leche.
  • A cup of hot chocolate -> una taza de chocolate caliente
3. Color chocolate, marrón, café o carmelito oscuro (color).
De chocolate (egg, cake).
adjetivo
1. Color chocolate, marrón, café o carmelito oscuro (in color).

chocolate [ˈtʃɒklɪt]
noun
chocolate (m); (individual sweet) bombón (m)
hot or drinking chocolate chocolate (m) caliente; a box of chocolates una caja de bombones or chocolatinas
modifier
[+biscuit, cake, egg] de chocolate; [+colour] (also chocolate brown) (de color) chocolate
chocolate biscuit (n) galleta (f) de chocolate
chocolate éclair (n) relámpago (m) de chocolate

chocolate
masculine noun
1. chocolate (para comer);
  • chocolate (a la taza) -> thick drinking chocolate
  • chocolate blanco -> white chocolate
  • chocolate con leche -> milk chocolate
2. hash (informal) (hachís) (peninsular Spanish)

chocolate [cho-colah’tay]
noun
1. Chocolate. (m)
2. Chocolate the liquor made by a solution of chocolate in water, milk, or atole. (m)
3. (LAm.) Blood. (m)
  • Dar a uno agua de su propio chocolate -> to give somebody a taste of his own medicine
4. Hash, pot. (m)
  • Darle al chocolate -> to be hooked on drugs

chocolate
adjetivo
(Latinoamérica) chocolate-coloured; chocolate-colored; (EEUU)
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 (familiar); pot (familiar)
darle al chocolate to be hooked on drugs
3 (Latinoamérica) blood
dar a algn agua de su propio chocolate (México) to give sb a taste of his own medicine
sacar el chocolate a algn to make sb's nose bleed; give sb a bloody nose

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