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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoffeetof‧fee /ˈtɒfi $ ˈtɑːfi/ noun [countable, uncountable]  1 DFCa sticky sweet brown substance that you can eat, made by boiling sugar, water, and butter together, or a piece of this substance2 can’t do something for toffee
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toffeeHer aunt shook her head emphatically and pushed a toffee into her hand, with a soft pressure of her fingers.The filo pastry shells are served cold and contain rich mousses - lemon cream, butterscotch and toffee.I remember he gave me a piece of toffee wrapped in silver paper.He had roast beef and sticky toffee pudding.
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