Translation of chocoholic in Spanish:


adicto al chocolate, n.

Pronunciation /ˌtʃɑkəˈhɔlɪk/ /tʃɒkəˈhɒlɪk/


informal, humorous
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    adicto al chocolate masculine
    adicta al chocolate feminine
    • If you're a chocaholic, a bar-snack addict or a burger fiend then this website/blog - Snackspot - is a must read.
    • I would say no, but seeing as I'm a complete chocoholic… yeah, I will, thanks.
    • I trust that all you chocoholics are with me on this distinction.
    • Opposite the town hall, Truffles Chocolate House is a must for chocoholics… try their Swiss hot chocolate drink, topped with vanilla and cream and you'll never want to eat mass-produced confectionery again.
    • On the next hour of LIVE FROM, chocoholics rejoice.
    • They come on the back of the firm's Crave Control patch which gave off a smell designed to stop the desire for chocolate, 250,000 of which were sold last year to chocoholics.
    • This is the kind of thing that chocoholics live for.
    • Even chocoholics are not forgotten this season.
    • And for the chocoholics in the crowd, gone are those nights of trying to smear Nutella over your partner's naked torso.
    • I have some clients who are diabetic, so a sugar free candy is always a hit and for those who are chocoholics, I have a special stash for them as well.
    • Easter may be a few weeks off yet but that has not stopped Ray Smith from preparing an event that will have chocoholics licking their lips with delight.
    • It certainly isn't because I want to turn my innocent little children into depraved chocoholics.
    • There's a treat in store for chocoholics planning a visit to Manchester Art Gallery.
    • ‘I was in a flap, rushing around, and my son suggested I take a chocolate wrapper because I'm a chocoholic,’ she said.
    • ‘I'm a bit of a chocoholic, so this was always going to be a winner for me,’ said Sandra, before heading back towards the quickly diminishing mountain of cakes.
    • It might just be a chocoholic's sugar-induced fantasy, but rumour has it that this attractive village property was built in 1830 for one of York's famous Rowntree clan.
    • It would be like relocating a chocoholic to Hershey, PA.
    • A chocoholic's dream, the egg is 4.5kg of luxury milk chocolate, worth £100.
    • A chocoholic who did the same thing would save £8,443 in interest and settle their mortgage two years and 11 months early.
    • A word of warning - unless you are a serious chocoholic, leafing through this publication for any length of time may make you feel slightly queasy.