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1Originally: a creamy chocolate dessert, typically made by boiling milk with sugar, eggs, chocolate, and sometimes other ingredients; compare "cream" (now rare). Now chiefly: chocolate-flavoured cream.
2An item or type of chocolate confectionery with a fondant centre. Frequently attributive, especially in "chocolate-cream bar".
Early 18th century. From chocolate + cream.
chocolate cream/ˌtʃɒk(ə)lət ˈkriːm/
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