Definition of 'milk chocolate'
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Used Rarely. milk chocolate is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'milk chocolate'
British English: milk chocolate /mɪlk ˈtʃɒklət/ NOUN
Milk chocolate is chocolate that has been made with milk. It is lighter in colour and has a creamier taste than plain chocolate.
- American English: milk chocolate
- Arabic: شِيكُولَاتَةٌ بِالْلَبَـنِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: chocolate com leite
- Chinese: 奶油巧克力
- Croatian: mliječna čokolada
- Czech: mléčná čokoláda
- Danish: mælkechokolade
- Dutch: melkchocola
- European Spanish: chocolate con leche
- Finnish: maitosuklaa
- French: chocolat au lait
- German: Milchschokolade
- Greek: σοκολάτα γάλακτος
- Italian: cioccolato al latte
- Japanese: ミルクチョコレート
- Korean: 밀크 초콜릿
- Norwegian: melkesjokolade
- Polish: mleczna czekolada
- European Portuguese: chocolate com leite
- Romanian: ciocolată cu lapte
- Russian: молочный шоколад
- Spanish: chocolate con leche
- Swedish: mjölkchoklad
- Thai: ช็อกโกแลตนม
- Turkish: sütlü çikolata
- Ukrainian: молочний шоколад
- Vietnamese: socola sữa
Definition of milk chocolate from the Collins English Dictionary
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