[ blak-strap ]
/ ˈblækˌstræp /
molasses remaining after maximum extraction of sugar from the raw product, used chiefly as a constituent of cattle feed and as a source of ethyl alcohol.
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Origin of blackstrap molasses
Also called black·strap.
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/ (ˈblækˌstræp) /
(functioning as singular) the molasses remaining after the maximum quantity of sugar has been extracted from the raw material
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