[chaw-kuh-luh-teer, chok-uh-luh-, chawk-luh-, chok-luh-; French shaw-kaw-la-tyey] /ˌtʃɔ kə ləˈtɪər, ˌtʃɒk ə lə-, ˌtʃɔk lə-, ˌtʃɒk lə-; French ʃɔ kɔ laˈtyeɪ/
noun, plural chocolatiers
[chaw-kuh-luh-teerz, chok-uh-luh-, chawk-luh-, chok-luh-; French shaw-kaw-la-tyey] /ˌtʃɔ kə ləˈtɪərz, ˌtʃɒk ə lə-, ˌtʃɔk lə-, ˌtʃɒk lə-; French ʃɔ kɔ laˈtyeɪ/ (Show IPA)
a person or firm that makes and sells candy.
/ˌtʃɒkəˈlætɪə; French ʃɔkɔlatje/
a person or company that makes or sells chocolate
[chaw-kuh-lit, chok-uh-, chawk-lit, chok-] /ˈtʃɔ kə lɪt, ˈtʃɒk ə-, ˈtʃɔk lɪt, ˈtʃɒk-/ noun 1. a preparation of the seeds of cacao, roasted, husked, and ground, often sweetened and flavored, as with vanilla. 2. a beverage made by dissolving such a preparation in milk or water, served hot or cold: a cup of hot chocolate. 3. […]
language A generalisation of CCS. [“A Calculus of Higher-Order Communicating Systems”, B. Thomsen, 16th POPL pp. 143-154, 1989]. (2006-09-20)
[chok-taw] /ˈtʃɒk tɔ/ noun, plural Choctaws (especially collectively) Choctaw for 1. 1. a member of a large Muskhogean tribe of North American Indians, formerly living chiefly in southern Mississippi, now in Oklahoma. 2. the language of the Choctaw, closely related to Chickasaw. 3. something unintelligible, as speech, illegible handwriting, or an ineffectual explanation; gibberish: My […]
[chok-tuh-hach-ee] /ˌtʃɒk təˈhætʃ i/ noun 1. a river in SE Alabama and NW Florida, flowing S to Choctawhatchee Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. 174 miles (280 km) long.