шоколад

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Bulgarian[edit]

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шокола́д (šokoládm (related adjective шокола́ден, diminutive шокола́дче)

  1. chocolate

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Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic шоколад (şokolad)
Arabic شوكولاد
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian шокола́д (šokolád), from French chocolat, from Spanish chocolate, from a Nahuatl word.

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шоколад (şokolad)

  1. chocolate

Mongolian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Russian шокола́д (šokolád).

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шоколад (šokolad) (Mongolian spelling ᠱᠣᠻᠣᠯᠠᠳ᠋ (šokolad᠋))

  1. chocolate

Russian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Originally чокола́д (čokolád) and чикола́д (čikolád), borrowed from Italian cioccolata. The form шокола́д (šokolád) was borrowed from German Schokolade.

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  • IPA(key): [ʂɨkɐˈɫat] (phonetic respelling: шекола́д)
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  • IPA(key): [ʂəkɐˈɫat]

Noun[edit]

шокола́д (šokoládm inan (genitive шокола́да, nominative plural шокола́ды, genitive plural шокола́дов, related adjective шокола́дный, diminutive шокола́дка)

  1. chocolate
  2. (slang) luxury, success, fortune
    Кто в шокола́де?Kto v šokoláde?Who is successful? (literally, “Who is in chocolate?”)

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Ukrainian[edit]

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шокола́д (šokoládm inan (genitive шокола́ду, uncountable, related adjective шокола́дний, diminutive шокола́дка)

  1. chocolate

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