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jelly bean

also jel·ly·bean  (jĕl′ē-bēn′)
A small ovoid candy with a hardened sugar coating over a chewy center.


(Cookery) a bean-shaped sweet with a brightly coloured coating around a gelatinous filling


(ˈdʒɛl iˌbin)

a small, bean-shaped, chewy candy.


[ˈdʒelɪbiːn] Ngominola f
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