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chi·cle

(chik'el),
1. The partially evaporated viscous, milky juice from Manilkara zapotilla (sapotaceae), which is native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America.
2. A mixture of gutta with triterpene alcohols. Used in the manufacture of chewing gum.
[Sp., from Nahuatl chictli]

chi·cle

(chikĕl)
1. The partially evaporated viscous, milky juice from Manilkara zapotilla (family Sapotaceae), which is native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America.
2. A mixture of gutta with triterpene alcohols. Used in the manufacture of chewing gum.
[Sp., from Nahuatl chictli]

chi·cle

(chikĕl)
Mixture of gutta with triterpene alcohols; used in manufacture of chewing gum.
[Sp., from Nahuatl chictli]
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