English version

taffy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
taffytaffy noun (plural taffies) [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 American EnglishDF a type of soft chewy sweet
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taffyMulticolored volcanic ash flows, long since hardened to jagged rock, reach into the sea like fantastic taffy mountains.Lucky thing there was Old Chaostretching on like taffy, but in an effort to save her, it seemed.To make taffy, to advertise taffy, to provide employment, to earn a profit, to inspire Otto Rossler?Deterministic dynamical systems of three or more dimensions can exhibit behaviors of the type generated by the rotating taffy machine.All is elastic as warm taffy, all is connected, nothing is independent.
TaffyTaf·fy /ˈtæfi/ noun [countable] British English taboo 🔊 🔊 SANan offensive word for someone from Wales. Do not use this word.
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