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  • noun chocolate; a colloquial British abbreviation.

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  • noun informal short form of chocolate (the food or an individual piece of confectionery)

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  • noun colloquial British abbreviation


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  • 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. '

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