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cheesy

adjective (LIKE CHEESE) 像起司的     /ˈtʃiː.zi/
tasting like or of cheese 起司味的;像起司的 cheesy snacks 起司味的小吃 Various qualities of foodFlavours and tastes
UK informal If someone's feet, shoes or socks are cheesy, they smell unpleasant (腳、鞋或襪子)臭的,難聞的 Someone here's got cheesy feet! 這裡誰的腳這麼臭! Smells and smelling
(Definition of cheesy adjective (LIKE CHEESE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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