Definition of Kit Kat™ noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Kit Kat™

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a popular chocolate bar sold in Britain, often eaten as a snack (= quick meal). Each one consists of two or four strips of wafer (= layers of thin crisp biscuit) covered in chocolate. It first appeared in 1937 and for many years it was advertised with the slogan: ‘Have a break – have a Kit Kat.’

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