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chocolate bar

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"Chocolate bar" is a compound noun in English language. "Chocolate" is an adjective describing the type of 'bar'. It refers to a form of confectionery, usually rectangular, made from cocoa, fat, and sugar, and sometimes contains additions like nuts or fruit. Originated from Mesoamerica where cacao was first cultivated.
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chocolate

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"Chocolate" is a noun originating from the Nahuatl word "xocolātl". It refers to a sweet, usually brown food prepared from cacao seeds, often flavored and eaten as candy, or used in cooking as a flavoring ingredient. Linguistically, it's used globally with similar pronunciation and meaning. It can also refer to a dark, rich brown color.
📝 Example Sentence
Sure, here's a sentence: "I love the sweet taste of chocolate melting in my mouth."
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