Coconut-oil



noun
1.
a white, semisolid fat or nearly colorless fatty oil extracted from coconuts, used chiefly in foods and in the manufacture of soaps, cosmetics, and candles.
noun
1.
the fatty oil obtained from the meat of the coconut and used for making soap, cosmetics, etc

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