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Definitions of "Grater Cake"


1. Grater Cake


English Translation

Coconut candy


Definition

A sweet candy made from coconut and sugar


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi want two grater cake.
English: I want two coconut candies.


Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,



posted by anonymous on June 9, 2024


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Other Definitions of "Grater Cake"

2. Grater Cake


English Translation

Coconut Cake


Definition

A sweet treat made from grated coconut, sugar, and spices.


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi luv grater cake, especially wen it nice an’ fresh.
English: I love coconut cake, especially when it’s nice and fresh.


Related Words

Grater Cake , Sweetie , Bulla , Gizzada ,



posted by anonymous on May 13, 2024


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3. Grater Cake (Noun)


English Translation

Coconut candy


Definition

A sweet treat made from grated coconut, sugar, and spices, typically shaped into small cakes


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi nyam di grater cake from di market
English: I'm eating the coconut candy from the market


Related Words

Grater Cake , Sweetie , Bulla , Gizzada ,



posted by anonymous on June 30, 2023


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4. Grater Cake


Definition

Grater cake is a traditional Jamaican dessert made from freshly grated coconut, brown sugar, and spices. The mixture is cooked until it thickens and then poured into a baking pan to cool and set. The end result is a sweet and chewy cake with a rich coconut flavor.


Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,



posted by anonymous on May 23, 2023


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