Translation of chocolate in Spanish:


chocolate, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɑk(ə)lət/ /ˈtʃɒk(ə)lət/


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    • 1.1

      chocolate masculine
      (egg) (before noun) de chocolate
      a bar of chocolate una pastilla / tableta de chocolate
      • dark chocolate chocolate amargo
      • semi-sweet chocolate chocolate amargo
      • plain chocolate chocolate amargo
      • The only foods previously available were chocolate bars, candy, potato chips and pop.
      • She enjoys Italian food, chocolate biscuits and reading endless amounts of books.
      • Look, you do not need to coat the bottom of a chocolate chip cookie with chocolate.
      • He has also taken his first solid foods - chocolate buttons, mashed potatoes and gravy.
      • Another delicacy known as ‘truffle’ belongs to the realm of chocolate confectionery.
      • So that's the banned list, and the general ground rules for chocolate treat inclusion.
      • The packed lunches were found to be high in fat because of crisps, chocolate bars, biscuits and the amount of butter and margarine used.
      • It's sunny and bright and an endless source of conversation over tea and chocolate biscuits.
      • For comfort food I don't think anything can beat a good old plain Cadbury's chocolate bar.
      • After many hours without food, that first chocolate bar from the rescue team tasted really good.
      • It is these dried beans, with their yeasty aroma, that are roasted and processed into chocolate.
      • The squillionair was a combination of biscuit, toffee, chocolate with an icing decoration.
      • We went to M&S to buy cookies and chocolate cornflake cakes to share with the team, and munched them with mugs of hot tea.
      • She was also banned from eating potassium-rich food including chocolate, mince pies and fruit.
      • The choices were biscotti, muffins, quick bread, chocolate cake, and cookies.
      • Alternatively, I could have selected muesli cookie, Dundee cake, chocolate cake or even shortbread.
      • Sumptuous chocolate confectons like Sacher tortes carry the perfume of decadence.
      • There was roast chicken for dinner, and chocolate ice-cream for dessert, washed down with good fresh water.
      • With its higher percentages of cocoa solids and cocoa butter, this is what hard-core chocolate craving is all about.
      • There was no running water and the only food available was chocolate from the theatre bar.

    • 1.2(candy, sweet)

      bombón masculine
      a box of chocolates una caja de bombones
      • chocolate liqueur bombón de licor
      • You have to get a second mortgage in order to buy a small box of chocolates.
      • When I was five, she bought me chocolates and chewing gum and we talked about cricket.
      • All we were offered were packets of sweet custard creams and chocolates.
      • The bowl was the size of a child's head, and was filled to the brim with chocolates and candy.
      • If the message is not getting through to your children, join in with their interest in sweets and chocolates for a few days.
      • Sweets and chocolates are a must and should form a part of the gift you plan to give the kid.
      • Lora, who has been going out with Matthew for a year, has been sending him parcels of chocolates and sweets.
      • When folk from work have been away on holiday, they leave indigenous sweets and chocolates on the desk next to me.
      • He was the one handing out sweets and chocolates to children in Srebrenica.
      • He is also working with Blumenthal on chocolates flavoured with the essence of fresh mown grass and leather.
      • Queen Mary had a very sweet tooth and always had a big box of chocolates beside her as she worked on her embroidery.
      • Joy, whose family owns a cocoa plantation in Trinidad, makes her own chocolates by hand.
      • After all, they say life is a box of chocolates, but never have I seen life as being sweet.
      • After our talk, the raffle was drawn and the lucky ones won Easter Eggs or chocolates.
      • They are generous too - give them a box of chocolates and they will tend to share them all and not leave one for themselves.
      • Today I got a card and box of chocolates from R when I didn't expect anything.
      • Like a box of good chocolates, I prefer a restrained approach to a book, savouring no more than one or two chapters a day.
      • They sent me a two pound box of chocolates for my birthday, which is later this week.
      • Western countries have cocoa butter in their chocolates which is superior health wise.
      • He went into his bedroom and produced a box of expensive chocolates she guessed he'd been saving for Marlene.

    • 1.3drinking chocolate

      chocolate en polvo masculine
      cacao en polvo masculine
      a cup of hot chocolate una taza de chocolate

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    color chocolate masculine
    marrón oscuro masculine
    café oscuro masculine Chile, Mexico
    carmelito oscuro masculine Colombia
    • Cysts are also likely to grow within the ovaries and these cysts are chocolate brown in colour.
    • What was wrong with deep chocolate brown, or a lighter green to the usual wheelies?
    • His eyes are this deep chocolate brown color, the type you could lose your mind in.
    • Anna had dirty blonde hair that reached down to her elbows and deep chocolate brown eyes.
    • It was a deep, chocolate brown that contrasted perfectly with his silky, flawless skin.
    • His hair was a chocolate brown colour with a few blonde streaks through it, spiked up slightly.
    • I'm going to get her some chocolate coloured tights and see if I can find some chocolate brown gloves for her to wear with it.
    • For instant sex appeal, create a feline eye in black eye pencil, or chocolate brown for those with paler colourings.
    • Pretty, slender features and a chocolate brown colouring belie the fatty marbled meat within.
    • The agony and shame in his face, in his deep chocolate brown orbs, drunk or not, was real.
    • Her eyes were a deep chocolate brown, and she paused momentarily to pull a stray strand of hair out of them.
    • Her hair was a deep chocolate brown, held up in high pigtails with small, curving bangs.
    • Her hair was short, and a deep chocolate brown with a reddish tinge where the light hit it.
    • His eyes met with another pair of a deep chocolate brown, yet their gaze wasn't focused on him but on the books before her.
    • Caramel, chestnut brown, chocolate and bright colours such as pink, blue and green are on the way.
    • The creature is said to be about 5ft, chocolate brown or orange and able to walk upright.
    • I am sitting right at the back of the room, in my customary chocolate brown polo neck sweater, head bowed.
    • A chocolate brown chair beside it appears to have a light sprinkling of dandruff.
    • The room had a determinedly seventies look about it, the woodwork in chocolate brown, the carpet a rich purple.
    • They are born chocolate brown, but that color lightens to a red or sandy color as they mature.


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    (cake/icing/frosting) de chocolate
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    (in color)
    (invariable adjective) color chocolate
    (invariable adjective) marrón oscuro
    (invariable adjective) café oscuro Chile, Mexico
    (invariable adjective) carmelito oscuro Colombia