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cheek

noun   /tʃiːk/
B1 one of the two soft parts of your face below your eyes mejilla Tears ran down his cheeks.
[no plural] mainly UK rude behaviour that shows you do not respect someone descaro She had the cheek to ask me to pay for her!
(Definition of cheek from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cheek

noun /tʃiːk/ ( comparative cheekier, superlative cheekiest)
(anatomy) the side of the face below the eye mejilla pink cheeks Tears were rolling down her cheeks.
impudence or disrespectful behaviour/behavior descaro, frescura, cara He had the cheek to refuse me entrance.
cheeky adjective ( comparative cheekier, superlative cheekiest)
impudent descarado, fresco a cheeky remark.
cheekiness noun
descaro, frescura I’ve had just about enough of your cheekiness for one day!
cheekbone noun
(anatomy) a bone on each side of the face below the eye Pómulo She has high cheekbones.
(Definition of cheek from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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