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Spanish translation of “cheese”

cheese

noun /tʃiːz/
(any type of) a food prepared from the curd of milk and usually pressed into a mass or shape
queso
processed cheese.
cheesy adjective (comparative cheesier, superlative cheesiest) (informal) lacking style or good quality in an embarrassing or silly way
Cutre
a cheesy love song.
(informal) insincere
Falsa
a cheesy grin.
similar to or containing cheese
Tener mucho Queso
This sauce is very cheesy.
cheeseburger noun a hamburger served with a slice of cheese on top of the meat
Hamburgesa con Queso
I ordered a cheeseburger with fries.
cheesecake noun a type of sweet food made with cheese etc
pastel de queso
a chocolate/lemon/strawberry cheesecake.
cheesed off adjective (British, informal) bored.
fastidiado
I’m getting cheesed off with having to wait so long.
(Definition of cheese from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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