low-cal low-cal


  • (adj) having relatively few calories



  1. Swiss chocolate maker Barry Callebaut has stumbled on what it's calling the first melt-resistant, low-calorie chocolate.
  2. On her own, Evans is lending her name to a new low-cal drink called Crystal Light.
  3. Both have spent the past year bulking up major parts of their businesses, while HP has been on a low-cal diet, trying to restore its flabby enterprises to health.


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  • "Glad to see you," McCain told firefighters lined up to greet him next to a ladder truck, adding he had "some low-cal treats" as he handed over a bag filled with three dozen donuts.
    on Sep 2, 2008 By: John McCain Source: Turkish Press

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