English version

carob

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarobcar‧ob /ˈkærəb/ noun [uncountable]  DFNthe fruit of a Mediterranean tree, which tastes similar to chocolate
Examples from the Corpus
carobChocolate and chocolate sauces, toffees, fudge, butterscotch, carob chocolate.Then, as I looked back at the dark, inscrutable carob tree, I did feel a faint touch of fear.And then another figure appeared from behind the carob.The pods of the carob trees dangled, black and leaking rank gum, ripe for cropping.The carob came into sight below.
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