CACAO

CACAO is a research Java Virtual Machine developed at Vienna University of Technology. It compiles the class binaries while running (no interpreter), resulting in faster execution. It is an academic project, originally developed by students doing practical training or diploma theses on specific topics. The first version of CACAO was released at 19...
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Cacao

• (n.) A small evergreen tree (Theobroma Cacao) of South America and the West Indies. Its fruit contains an edible pulp, inclosing seeds about the size of an almond, from which cocoa, chocolate, and broma are prepared.
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cacao

(Ca-cow) Name given to the tree and the bean formed within its fruit, the pod, from which chocolate is made. It is commonly referred to as cacao in Europe, outside of the UK, and in the US.
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cacao

cacao tree noun tropical American tree producing cacao beans
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Cacao

Ca·ca'o noun [ Spanish , from Mex. kakahuatl . Confer Cocoa , Chocolate ] (Botany) A small evergreen tree ( Theobroma Cacao ) of South America and the West Indies. Its fruit contains an edible pulp, inclosing seeds about the size of an almond, from which cocoa, chocol...
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Cacao

A term used for a cacao plant but also for the unprocessed product (pods) of the cacao plant.
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cacao

A tree of the family sterculiaceae (or byttneriaceae), usually theobroma cacao, or its seeds, which after fermentation and roasting, yield cocoa and chocolate. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Cacao

A tropical evergreen tree that grows only near the equator. It produces the beans from which chocolate, cocoa powder and cocoa butter are made.
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cacao

cacao (kukä'ō, –kā'–) , tropical tree (Theobroma cacao) of the family Sterculiaceae (sterculia family), native to South America, where it was first domesticated and was highly prized by the Aztecs. It has been extensively cultivated in the Old World since the Spa...
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Cacao

cocoa; powdered cocoa.
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cacao

The cacao tree (Theobroma cacao) is a native of South America. Its fruit is a large pod which can contain many imbedded seeds. The pod is fermented, then the seeds are removed, cured and roasted. The end results are called nibs. Cacao has a high fat, carbohydrate and protein content. Besides chocolate, cacao is used in the preparation of cosmetics ...
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cacao

Tropical American evergreen tree, now also cultivated in West Africa and Sri Lanka. Its seeds are cocoa beans, from which cocoa and chocolate are prepared. (Theobroma cacao, family Sterculiaceae.) The trees mature at five to eight years and produce two crops a year. The fruit is 17–25 cm/6.5–9.5 in long, hard, and r...
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cacao

tropical American tree producing cacao beans
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cacao

tropical tree, whose scientific name means `food of the gods` in Latin. Originating in the lowland rainforests of the Amazon and Orinoco river ... [7 related articles]
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cacao

Type: Term Pronunciation: kă-ka′ō Definitions: 1. Prepared cacao, or cocoa, a powder prepared from the roasted cured kernels of the ripe seed of Theobroma cacao Linné (family Sterculiaceae); the tree yields a fat, theobroma oil. Synonyms: theobroma
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cacao

[n] - tropical American tree producing cacao beans
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