Definition 1 of 2
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A generic term used to describe any non-Indian sweet - which may or may not contain cocoa. Indians sweets are usually called barfi or mithai, while candy of foreign origin (such as toffees, dragees, mints etc) are called "chocolates"
Tomorrow is my happy birthday. I will be wearing my colour dress and distributing chocolates. Don't take more than one chocolate ok?
Added 2011-08-22 by Citraceous Badding
CategoriesFood and Drink
Definition 2 of 2
Generic name for candy in the lexicon of southern Indian languages. What goes by the name of chocolate is often individually wrapped toffee or even hard candy. Chocoate, on the other hand, is often qualified by a brand name such as Five Stars or KitKat.
"Let's get a 500 gm bag of chocolate for Juggu's birthday. It should be enough to distribute in his class. The more colorful the chocolates, the better."
Added 2011-09-26 by oldathai