the word for chocolate

Japanese translation: チョコレート (chokoreeto)

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English term or phrase:the word for chocolate
Japanese translation:チョコレート (chokoreeto)
Entered by: KathyT

03:22 Mar 6, 2008
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English term or phrase: the word for chocolate
I need the word for chocolate in Japanese
Katharine Rudd
チョコレート (chokoreeto)
Explanation:
In katakana script, this is チョコレート, pronounced phonetically as "Chokoreeto".

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3 +4チョコレート (chokoreeto)
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チョコレート (chokoreeto)


Explanation:
In katakana script, this is チョコレート, pronounced phonetically as "Chokoreeto".




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KathyT
Australia
Local time: 10:16
Native speaker of: English
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agree  Krzysztof Łesyk: Yup, also shortened to チョコ (choko) a lot, especially in phrases (e.g. バレンタインチョコ [barentain choko] - Valentine's Day Chocolate)
39 mins
  -> Indeed, Krzysztof, thank you.

agree  Timothy Miller
1 hr
  -> Thanks, Timothy.

agree  Will Matter: Perfect.
10 hrs
  -> Thanks, Will.

agree  masayon: :)
15 days
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