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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.
Translations of “cheese”
in Korean 치즈…
in Arabic جُبْن…
in French fromage…
in Italian formaggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 起司, 乳酪, 芝士…
in Russian сыр…
in Turkish peynir…
in Polish ser…
in Portuguese queijo…
in German der Käse…
in Catalan formatge…
in Japanese チーズ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 干酪, 奶酪,奶酪…
(Definition of cheese from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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